GENERATED columns support added & moved to version 3.3.0.
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A lot of time passed since last release and SQLite has introduced number of syntax incompatible changes. More and more people complain about this so I decided to push hard on having them in SQLiteStudio. I just finished working on the 'GENERATED ALWAYS AS' columns support. It's a full support, that includes SQL syntax compliance, Constraints Dialog support and proper behavior (refreshing) in the data Grid View and Form View.
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Chocolatey is software management automation for Windows that wraps installers, executables, zips, and scripts into compiled packages. Chocolatey integrates w/SCCM, Puppet, Chef, etc. Chocolatey is trusted by businesses to manage software deployments. SQLiteStudio is a comprehensive and reliable SQLite database manager that provides you with a simple means of managing the contents of each database, including tables, triggers and views. This is again an off-topic post. Since at this very moment it seems I am going to work a lot with SQLite3 in the upcoming months let’s see how you can install it on Windows 10 painlessly.
This of course comes with update of SQLite up to the most recent (at this moment) version - 3.34.1. Next big item pending is support for the Window Functions.These are big milestones, I decided to bump next SQLiteStudio release version to 3.3.0 (instead of 3.2.2). All the bugfixes planned for 3.2.2 are still valid for 3.3.0.
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It looks like I will be able to deliver some more work during upcoming weeks, so I will be pushing forward the 3.3.0 as much as possible.
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By the way I would like to thank all the supporters of the project! Especially big thanks to donators! Also thanks to all people who contribute translations in CrowdIn (all CrowdIn translations will be applied in SQLiteStudio 3.4.0). Then I'd like to thank those, who contribute even little piece code here and there. Finally, I would like to thank all people who care enough to reports spotted bugs, to share enhancement ideas, to propose solutions and to criticize (this is sometimes useful too).