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84 years ago
Rafael:  Thank you very much, I was having a huge headache to solve the very same problem!
90 years ago
Ray:  Having the same problem. Very frustrating. Luckily, for some reason my released version worked on the iPad itself, but now I can't get it to run in the simulator. Getting no such table, which I'm guessing is an initialization error. Will continue to investigate.
90 years ago
Jeremy:  FYI, I've just tried it with the SQLite 3.7.0 preview and the same problem occurs.
Also, I'm not using any extra third-party libraries with my SQLite, so the problem isn't your Unicode extension.
90 years ago
Jeremy:  I'm having the same problem with compiling SQLite against iOS 4 for the iPad simulator, but in my case it works fine running on an actual iPad (also works in the iPhone simulator and on an iPod Touch).
Same problem with 3.6.23.1, 3.6.23, and at least back to 3.6.21. Compiling against iOS 3.2 makes it work, though that's not really an option for iPhone (as opposed to iPad) apps.
I have no idea what to do about it or how big a problem it really is...
91 years ago
Pascal:  The problem seems to have deep roots, however there is a solution, see the updated post. :)
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IE, the cancer on the net

Monday, August 7th 2006 - 22:00
The times they are a changing. And that seems to be a good thing.
For a too long time, Mac- and Linux-users in General and website-developers in Particular told as many people as they could to not use the MS Internet Explorer. The rise of Firefox finally ate a good piece of marketshare away from the IE, and now – after the first ideas of putting a warning on the home page for IE users through notes about PNG-images not being displayed correctly up to the latest too cool for IE campaign – Windows-gurus join the resistance.
Paul Thurrot, journalist for the WindowsITPro-magazine and webmaster of the WinSuperSite, advises in his IE 7.0 review: (a good read btw)
"My advice is simple: Boycott IE. It's a cancer on the Web that must be stopped. IE isn't secure and isn't standards-compliant, which makes it unworkable both for end users and Web content creators."
Thank you, Paul! Even if Apple today announced OS 10.5 Leopard, you made my day!
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