on 12/17/2016 12:50 PM
If you used SQLite with SQLProvider in the recent past, just adding the System.Data.SQLite.Core NuGet package wasn’t enough. Due to SQLProvider wanting to access databases already during edit and compile time, you also had to copy subdirectories with System.Data.SQLite native interop DLLs for x64 and x86 to a certain directory. This operation had to be repeated when […]
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