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

oboesax oboesax at juno.com
Mon Nov 24 14:58:18 EST 2008

I built an application which uses the managed-only version of
System.Data.SQLite provided at http://sqlite.phxsoftware.com/  Using this
library, I can use the same compiled program and run it on windows (by
placing my windows sqlite3.dll binary in the same folder with the
executable) or on OSX using mono.  However, System.Data.SQLite requires a
later version of sqlite3 than comes with the mono installation on OSX.  So I
need to be able to compile the latest sqlite3 into a dll and place it
properly so that it gets used by System.Data.SQLite.

Can anyone tell me how I can either Replace or upgrade the sqlite3.dll
library, or where to put my own sqlite3.dll library so that it gets used
instead of the one that ships with mono?

I am attaching an overly-simple test app I wrote which should help convey
the issue, if I haven't done a good job here.

http://www.nabble.com/file/p20668551/SQLiteTestApp.zip SQLiteTestApp.zip 
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