[Mono-osx] upgrade sqlite3.dll to a custom build

slammens lammens.steven at telenet.be
Mon Dec 8 04:20:56 EST 2008

The libs in /usr/local/lib wont be overwritten by Apple.

To include the sqlite libs in your project you can just copy the ones from
/usr/local/lib to your lib/ directory and edit the dll.config file

oboesax wrote:
> when I look in /usr/local/lib/ I still see libsqlite3.0.8.6.dylib...
> exactly the same as before.  I am expecting to see libsqlite3.6.6.2.dylib
> but it is nowhere to be found, although the libsqlite3.0.8.6 has a
> modified date of today.
> Is /usr/local/lib a directory that would be overwritten by mono/apple in
> the future?
> It looks like the only libraries in that directory are my libsqlite,
> libfuse (possibly installed by Parallels), and libulockmgr (also likely
> parallels-related)
> my other question is this: is is possible to modify that .dll.config file
> (or something else) so that I could copy the .dylib from /usr/local/lib
> into {my program directory}/lib ? that way I could distribute this to my
> colleagues and they wouldn't have to compile sqlite first... I think

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