Hi Lothar,

LS>                          SQLite 2       3.3.13
LS>                          SQLite 3       2.8.17
LS>                       Ruby-SQLite        2.2.3
LS>                      Ruby-SQLite3        1.2.1

DB> Would you consider adding the SQLite DBMS itself (for one or both of the
DB> versions)? It's not a large addition, and it would provide an
DB> out-of-the-box SQL database within the package.

LS> They are both included. The extensions (.so files) are statically linked
LS> against the two latest SQLite releases. Thats why you see the 4
LS> entries in the list.
LS>
LS> So the extensions are useable out of the box.

That's a pretty quick implementation of my suggestion, Lothar; are you
utilising some kind of time-flow-altering technology there?

Cheers,
Dave