Building Instructions and Requirements
SQLite Database Browser requires Trolltech's QT. It has been tested
with versions 3.12, 3.2 and 3.3 of QT. QT can be included as a static
or shared library, depending on the current QT configuration in
the building machine. For more information on QT please consult
With version 2.0, SQLite Database Browser now requires Qt Software's Qt 4.6 or later. The LGPL and GPL versions of Qt are available in
almost all Linux distributions as a default package, and can be downloaded from http://www.qtsoftware.com for Windows and OSX.
SQLite is not used as a shared library: it is built from source
code included in this package (sqlite_source directory), and linked
as a static library into the executable.
SQLite is ideal for embedding, so the only requirement for building
this code is the presence of Qt. Qt can be included as a static
or shared library, depending on the current Qt configuration in
the building machine.
Provided you have Qt installed and configured, simply run
in the main directory. This will generate the
sqlitebrowser (or sqlitebrowser.exe, or sqlitebrowser.app)
application in the sqlitebrowser subdirectory.
The same process works for building the code in any platform supported
by Qt (including other Unix systems with X11.)