Trouble with sqlite3fpclinux64.o object for SQLite in 7.2 on Linux

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neseir
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Trouble with sqlite3fpclinux64.o object for SQLite in 7.2 on Linux

Post by neseir » Sun 01 Apr 2018 17:01

Hi

Just installed update 1.8.2 and downloaded the latest UniDAC source. During the build on a Ubuntu 17.10 64 bit installation I get this message before it quits :

Warning: other unit files search path (aka unit path) of "dac10 10.1.4" contains "/home/eirik/Develop/pascal/unidac72src/UniDAC/Source", which belongs to package "unidacvcl10"
Build IDE: Exit code 512, Errors: 1, Warnings: 1
lazarus.pp(161,1) Warning: Object sqlite3fpclinux64.o not found, Linking may fail !
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find sqlite3fpclinux64.o
[lazarus] Error 1
[idepkg] Error 2
make: *** [idepkg] Error 2
lazarus.pp(161,1) Error: Error while linking

Have installed providers for postgresql and MySQL without any problems first.

Any tips how to resolve this ?

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Eirik

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Re: Trouble with sqlite3fpclinux64.o object for SQLite in 7.2 on Linux

Post by MaximG » Tue 03 Apr 2018 11:41

Thank you for the information. We have reproduced the problem and fixed the bug. Currently, we can send you a night build of UniDAC with the fix. For this, please specify your license number via the e-support form (
the "Support"\"Request Support" menu)

neseir
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Re: Trouble with sqlite3fpclinux64.o object for SQLite in 7.2 on Linux

Post by neseir » Tue 03 Apr 2018 16:11

Hi

Thanks for the quick response. No problem for my current projects so I can wait for the official release with the fix.

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Eirik

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Re: Trouble with sqlite3fpclinux64.o object for SQLite in 7.2 on Linux

Post by donaldshimoda » Wed 22 Aug 2018 00:19

MaximG wrote:
Tue 03 Apr 2018 11:41
Thank you for the information. We have reproduced the problem and fixed the bug. Currently, we can send you a night build of UniDAC with the fix. For this, please specify your license number via the e-support form (
the "Support"\"Request Support" menu)
I have same problem with actual release (7.3). Usinf FPC branch 3.04 and lazarus 1.8.4. Is this the oficial version supoorted?Or wich one? I need and urgent solution please!

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Re: Trouble with sqlite3fpclinux64.o object for SQLite in 7.2 on Linux

Post by azyk » Thu 23 Aug 2018 06:42

We replied to your email.

neseir
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Re: Trouble with sqlite3fpclinux64.o object for SQLite in 7.2 on Linux

Post by neseir » Sat 13 Apr 2019 18:30

Hi

I think this problem have been reintroduced in 7.4.12. Got the same problem now after updating to the latest edition.

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Eirik Nesje

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Re: Trouble with sqlite3fpclinux64.o object for SQLite in 7.2 on Linux

Post by MaximG » Fri 26 Apr 2019 14:36

Indeed, because of the technical issues, the required changes have not been included in the version you mentioned. As a temporary workaround, we can provide you with the missing libraries. For this, please submit a corresponding request via the e-support form ( https://www.devart.com/company/contactform.html ).

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Re: Trouble with sqlite3fpclinux64.o object for SQLite in 7.2 on Linux

Post by neseir » Tue 28 May 2019 08:10

Hi

A bit late response from me but I copied the library from the other install package (the prebuilt fpc package) and then I could build the package.

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Re: Trouble with sqlite3fpclinux64.o object for SQLite in 7.2 on Linux

Post by MaximG » Fri 31 May 2019 15:21

We are glad to see the problem resolved. Please don't hesitate to contact us with questions concerning our product usage.

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