[Cuis-dev] SQLlite FFI issue
pbpublist at gmail.com
Sat Jun 29 15:07:27 PDT 2019
Glad it helped. A couple of things just FYI: you should be able to use the
already installed shared library, it's just a matter of finding it on your
system and you can often just symlink it to the VM library folder. You
can either try 'locate libsqlite3.so' or have your package manager list the
installed files for the libsqlite3-0 package (that's the name on Debian...
different distros might have slightly different naming conventions) to help
find it. OS X and Windows also use shared libraries, just with different
names/extensions/locations.... but the concept is the same. For SQLite, on
OS X it's libsqlite3.dylib, on Windows I think it's sqlite3.dll. So
(usually) the main trick is just figuring out which library you need on
which platform and finding where it's installed.
On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 5:33 PM Gastón Caruso <gstn.caruso at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is really awesome! I had to compile the shared library by hand and
> place it into the vm lib and it worked! but... just for linux (which is
> good enough for me).
> I couldn't make it work for macos, I didn't find that lib/squeak directory
> in the cogvm version for macos.
> Thanks a lot!
> El sáb., 29 jun. 2019 a las 17:20, Phil B (<pbpublist at gmail.com>)
>> It's not looking for the sqlite executable, it's looking for the shared
>> library (i.e. libsqlite3.so) which you can put in the VM's
>> lib/squeak/5.0-<vm build date and time> directory
>> On Sat, Jun 29, 2019 at 3:54 PM Gastón Caruso via Cuis-dev <
>> cuis-dev at lists.cuis.st> wrote:
>>> Hi all, I'm trying to use SQLlite with cuis (i've found this port
>>> <https://github.com/hhzl/Cuis-SQLite>) but I'm getting "Error: External
>>> module not found" every time I try to open a connection (none of the tests
>>> are passing).
>>> I've placed the sqlite3 binary in the same directory than cuis, also
>>> I've placed it inside the cogvm package
>>> (./cogvm.app/Contents/MacOS/Plugins/sqlite3) but none of them works.
>>> Do you know what could be the issue?
>>> Thanks in advance!
>>> Cuis-dev mailing list
>>> Cuis-dev at lists.cuis.st
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