cfbolz changed the topic of #pypy to: #pypy PyPy, the flexible snake https://pypy.org | IRC logs: https://quodlibet.duckdns.org/irc/pypy/latest.log.html#irc-end and https://libera.irclog.whitequark.org/pypy | Matti: I made a bit of progress, the tests now only segfault towards the end
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<mgorny> agronholm: it seems to just use system libsqlite3 for me
<mattip> agronholm: "what decides" - the packaging used when putting together the pypy package
<mattip> it could be the system sqlite, or on windows the zip file at downloads.python.org/pypy/ adds the dll to the zipfile
<mattip> or maybe the packager decided to bundle sqlite3 into the package. So the question for you is
<mattip> where did you get PyPy from?
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<agronholm> mattip: I'm using the official binary builds from here: https://www.pypy.org/download.html
<agronholm> my system sqlite3 is v3.36.0 so it must come from somewhere else
<mattip> agronholm: which download?
<agronholm> the linux 64 bit pypy3.9 one
<agronholm> (x86-64)
<agronholm> it seems that I can get it to work locally by installing the fedora rpm for it, but the official binaries bundling a 9 year old version of sqlite3 might cause users to send me bug reports, hence my question
<nimaje> I thought only the windows binaries bundled libs and the other ones just use system libs
<mgorny> indeed there seems to be a pypy3.9-v7.3.9-linux64/lib/libsqlite3.so.0 inside
<mgorny> as well as expat, ffi, ncurses, gdbm, lzma, tcl
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