Hello Frank! On Thu, Nov 27, 2003 at 10:39:13PM +0100, Frank Schwidom wrote:
I want to develop an program in c using sqlite. To do this, i need the package libsqlite-dev containing the headerfile and the linking-libraries. I had installed sqlite=2.8.6-1 and as i installed libsqlite-dev, i recognized, that this package claimed exactly the sqlite-version 2.4.7-1. But i suppose, that libsqlite-dev=2.4.7-1 could run with installed sqlite=2.8.6-1. In the current state sqlite=2.8.6-1 is downgraded to sqlite=2.4.7-1, but this is not okay, because in the meantime sqlite is sophisticated and libsqlite-dev has not changed in the versionnumber. This feeds my assumption, that sqlite can run with libsqlite-dev=2.4.7-1 or the correct libsqlite-dev is not available in any way. I think, it
You are trying to mix stable (2.4.7-1) and testing (2.8.6-1) packages. Better don't. Try installing libsqlite0-dev from testing which provides libsqlite-dev and fits your installed version of sqlite.
could run so, because perl, ruby, python, php, ... - sqlite- modules are available for sqlite=2.8.6-1 and they must be developed in any way according to this package. And now my Questionn: can i apt-get force to install this nonfitting Package? I found not switch in the Manpage.
It's your system, surely you can force everything you want to. See dpkg --force-help for further information. But in this case it shouldn't be necessary. HTH, Flo
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