SQLite 3.42.0. The latest SQLite has a tiny feature I requested on the SQLite Forum—SELECT unixepoch(’subsec’) now returns the current time in milliseconds since the Unix epoch, a big improvement on the previous recipe of select cast((julianday(’now’)—2440587.5) * 86400 * 1000 as integer)!
Also in the release: JSON5 support (JSON with multi-line strings and comments), a bunch of improvements to the query planner and CLI tool, plus various interesting internal changes.
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