My T2 compile that I'm doing for Quirky (that's still chugging along) has Sqlite 3.6.20. However, compile failed as it complained that it needed 'tclsh', even though I had specified '--disable-tcl'.
I rolled back to Sqlite 3.6.12, that was in a T2 compile I did in April 2009. That does compile without Tcl.
I joined the Sqlite mail-list and asked about this. I was advised to use the 'sqlite-amalgamation-3.6.20.tar.gz' source. Sure enough, that compiles without Tcl.
Get it from here:
The "amalgamation" is explained here:
I have compiled SeaMonkey 2.0 in T2. Note that it can use the system Sqlite, but it must be version >= 3.6.16. Earlier SeaMonkeys have an internal Sqlite, so this saves space.
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