* status: new => closed
* resolution: => needsinfo
This passed for me with SQLite 3.24, so I'm going to close assuming that
the SQLite version is the underlying cause.
It's probably `invalid` but I'll give it a `needsinfo` since
7444f3252757ed4384623e5afd7dcfeef3e0c74e added a `check_sqlite_version()`
which raises `if Database.sqlite_version_info < (3, 8, 3)` — so the
version in play must be higher that that — maybe there's room for a
cleanup here, if you can follow-up Joe 🤔
(No worries if not.)
$ brew update
$ brew install sqlite
Warning: sqlite 3.30.1 is already installed and up-to-date
To reinstall 3.30.1, run `brew reinstall sqlite`
Interestingly enough `sqlite3.sqlite_version` is still 3.28.0.
In am not 100% sure this is a sqlite issue. This could also be something
OS related. Which would make sense considering that it apears to happen
only on macOS.