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Downloads of v 3.36.0:
19 Jun 2021
- D. Richard Hipp
- SQLite contributors
Tags:shell sqlite db database embedded hwaci
3.36.0 | Updated: 19 Jun 2021
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SQLite Shell is a command-line shell that allows the user to manually enter and execute SQL statements against an SQLite database.
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$ErrorActionPreference = 'Stop' $toolsDir = Split-Path -parent $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition $executable = Get-ChildItem -Path $toolsDir 'sqlite?.exe' -Recurse Install-BinFile -Name $executable.Name -Path $executable
$ErrorActionPreference = 'Stop' $toolsDir = Split-Path -parent $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition $executable = Get-ChildItem -Path $toolsDir 'sqlite?.exe' -Recurse Uninstall-BinFile -Name $executable.Name -Path $executable
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|SQLite Shell 3.36.0||828||Saturday, June 19, 2021||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.35.5||882||Tuesday, April 20, 2021||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.35.4||441||Monday, April 12, 2021||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.35.3||20||Monday, April 12, 2021||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.35.2||28||Monday, April 12, 2021||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.35.1||13||Thursday, April 8, 2021||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.35.0||20||Wednesday, April 7, 2021||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.10.1||7240||Thursday, January 14, 2016||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.10.0||468||Wednesday, January 6, 2016||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.9.2||588||Monday, November 2, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.9.1||445||Friday, October 16, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.9.0||386||Wednesday, October 14, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 126.96.36.199||640||Wednesday, July 29, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.8.11||386||Monday, July 27, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 188.8.131.52||581||Thursday, May 21, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 184.108.40.206||462||Sunday, May 10, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.8.10||375||Saturday, May 9, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.8.9||500||Thursday, April 9, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 220.127.116.11||583||Friday, February 27, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 18.104.22.168||500||Sunday, February 1, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 22.214.171.124||451||Wednesday, January 21, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.8.8||578||Saturday, January 17, 2015||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 126.96.36.199||528||Thursday, December 11, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 188.8.131.52||391||Sunday, December 7, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 184.108.40.206||454||Wednesday, November 19, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 220.127.116.11||512||Thursday, October 30, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.8.7||441||Saturday, October 18, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite Shell 3.8.6||593||Saturday, August 16, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 3.8.5||549||Thursday, June 5, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 18.104.22.168||521||Friday, April 4, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 22.214.171.124||409||Thursday, March 27, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 126.96.36.199||415||Wednesday, March 12, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 3.8.4||441||Tuesday, March 11, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 188.8.131.52||452||Wednesday, February 12, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 3.8.3||444||Tuesday, February 4, 2014||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 3.8.2||488||Saturday, December 7, 2013||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 3.8.1||479||Friday, October 18, 2013||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 184.108.40.206||489||Tuesday, September 10, 2013||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 3.7.17||468||Saturday, June 22, 2013||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 220.127.116.11||540||Wednesday, April 11, 2012||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 18.104.22.168||492||Sunday, January 22, 2012||Approved|
|SQLite.shell 22.214.171.124||516||Monday, October 3, 2011||Approved|
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