Given the vast amount of SQLite extensions, it's only logical to have a package registry and a package manager.
So today I'm launching both! Meet sqlpkg — the (unofficial) SQLite package registry and manager.
The nice thing about the package registry is that it does not require the package manager. Just find the package on the website, download it for your operating system, and install as usual.
And the nice thing about the package manager is that it does not require the use of the registry. All you need is a package spec file, which can be hosted anywhere on the Internet or even placed locally.
To make the package manager work with already existing extensions (which of course are completely unaware of its existence), I wrote spec files for many of them. So you can start using
sqlpkg right away, without waiting for the extension authors to catch up.
I hope you find both tools useful.
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