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From brodybits <>
Subject [GitHub] cordova-docs pull request: Update SQLite plugin details
Date Wed, 11 May 2016 08:14:20 GMT
Github user brodybits commented on the pull request:
    I don't think "relies on native SQLite implementation" is so relevant anymore. The cordova-sqlite-storage
version now includes its own sqlite3 implementation. Also yours truly (@brodybits) broke the
cordova-sqlite-storage README link.
    For the README links, would it be an idea to consider using "#readme" at the end of the
repo link instead of hardcoding the link through the default branch name?
    FYI other changes may be coming:
    - An "express-core" version  that would use the built-in sqlite libraries for Android
and iOS (not sure if we should really link this)
    - The default branch of the SQLCipher version (for which there is no link) will probably
    - I may move or rename the "evfree" version.
    In the past I would maintain the plugin source code in separate branches and publish a
"*-master" branch that would also include the sqlite3 source/library dependencies. I changed
cordova-sqlite-storage and cordova-sqlite-ext to fetch the sqlite3 source/library dependencies
from npm (as discussed in cordova/cordova-discuss#38) and published them from lighter-weight
branches. I expect to do the same for the SQLCipher and "evfree" versions.

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