This is not much of a meditation, just a note to other
DBD::SQLite users who manage to tickle the paradoxical
"not an error" error. I found it while calling $dbh->do with
empty sql (in my defense, a split was involved).
perl -MDBI -e 'DBI->connect("dbi:SQLite:a.db")->do(" ")'
DBD::SQLite::db do failed: not an error(21) at dbdimp.c line 403 at -e
+ line 1.
DBD::SQLite 1.14 in this case.
While I'm on the topic, this error:
prepare_cached(INSERT INTO ...) statement handle DBIx::ContextualFetch
still Active at Ima/DBI.pm line 381
using DBD::SQLite 1.14, Class::DBI 3.0.6, Ima::DBI 0.34
can be resolved with the patch from mschwern on
3 is the magic number.
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