SQLite-net support?

Jun 23, 2013 at 9:58 AM
The documentation says:
The first version was based on the excellent Framework SQLite-net

But I think this framework is a “user framework” and if you used it in your framework, you can’t use it in your project.
It will make conflicts and the method to bypass theses conflicts is not acceptable (at least, for me)
So I have decided to remove it from the Sync WinRT Framework.
I don't understand 'I think this framework is a “user framework” and if you used it in your framework, you can’t use it in your project.'

I am definitely dependent on SQLite-net because of its support for classes, upgrading of databases, etc.

How much work is required to get the Sync Toolkit to work with SQLite-net?
Coordinator
Jun 23, 2013 at 1:44 PM
Yes, you could use SQLite-net in your project.
That's why i remove it from the Framework, to let you use it in your project.

I'm sorry for my poor English, I can understand that sometimes it could be difficult to understand what i try to say :)

Sebastien
Jun 23, 2013 at 7:08 PM
Please do apologies for your English - I know it is 100% better than any attempt I could make at a foreign language :-).

All I was really trying to understand was the point you made about how SQLite-net seemed to conflict with the work you were doing with the Sync WinRT framework and why the method to bypass the conflicts was not acceptable.

Thanks.