[BUG REPORT]: Unable to send SMS

Luca Bertoncello bertoncello at netzing.de
Wed Jun 23 09:53:10 CEST 2010


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Am Wed, 23 Jun 2010 09:46:32 +0200
schrieb Sylvain Munaut <246tnt at gmail.com>:

> > You could try git bisect and see which commit broke that, but I
> > think one should understand the "new" DBI error first?
> 
> From the original message I thought those error were in the old one
> but not the new.

Just because, in the new version, I applied a patch from mine, to
correct this error (just added a table name to the column names)...

> But in any case, the OP can fix the sql. The OP seem to have a
> new/more picky version of sqlite. Before in case of ambiguous column
> name, it took the one from the first table in the FROM list. (not sql
> standard but that's why it didn't matter before).

I know, it is NOT SQL-standard. And this is the reason, because I get
this error.
But I think, the program should use syntactically correct SQL-queries,
to avoid these problems.
I'll send my patch in a separated E-Mail (I hope today).

> > Could you also give us the "old" and "new" git hashes so we can
> > take a look at what changed?
> 
> The hash (short) are in the version string, the log is :
> 
> git log b938..f7a1c

Aha! Then I sent it already! The old version, the "sms sending
version", is 531-b938, and the new, the "non sms sending version",
889-f7a1c.

Thanks
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