> No SQLite support?
> Seems curious you wouldn't have this yet, especially given its popularity
> both embedded systems and Android to say the least.
Indeed, no native SQLite support. Lots of other systems are popular and
The reason for this is that the tool is not generic and tries to get the
>It sure would be nice if people would note platform requirements in their
>announcement, rather than forcing people to dig through their websites for
>I guess I should know better; if it doesn't list platform requirements, the
>hasn't thought beyond the dominant paradigm.
You sure have a point, I'll list it in the future.
However, I should note that Database Workbench users have succesfully used
it under Wine.
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