Properly configured projects using SQLCipher shouldn’t experience problems using Xcode 9. However, changes in the new SDKs can cause compile time errors for misconfigured projects, e.g.
Implicit declaration of function ‘sqlite3_key’ is invalid in C99
Implicit declaration of function ‘sqlite3_rekey’ is invalid in C99
We have prepared important recommendations for SQLCipher developers on how to resolve these problems on the SQLCipher support forums:
Important Advisory: SQLCipher with Xcode 9 and new SDKs
Apple has released XCode 8 and new SDKs. We have published important guidance
for using SQLCipher with the new platforms (e.g. for iOS, watchOS, macOS, tvOS, etc.) on the SQLCipher support forums:
Important Advisory: SQLCipher with XCode 8, iOS 10, etc
Critical recommendations include:
- Adjusting Project Build Settings to link SQLCipher first
- Including an Application Runtime Check for SQLCipher
- Testing and Validation
Please make it a priority to implement these recommendations and perform appropriate application testing when moving to these new platforms.
We’re happy to announce the release of Codebook for Mac 3.0.11 and Codebook for iOS 3.1.3 which introduce a new setup assistant to guide you through setting up Codebook for the first time, or on a new device.
The assistant guides you through:
- Setting up your master password
- Enabling Touch ID on iOS (if available)
- Enabling Anonymous Statistics
- Setting up Sync or, if this isn’t your first time using Codebook, restoring your data.
The new first time setup experience may sound like it doesn’t apply to you, a long time and valued customer, but sometimes we need to install Codebook fresh or on a new device. The new first time setup experience provides the option of restoring your data during setup.
Editing From Secret Agent:
Sometimes we find ourselves needing to create or change a password and we automatically trigger the Secret Agent keyboard shortcut only to realize as soon as it comes up that it currently can’t help us with this. The Edit button on the entry view displays the Main Window, looks up the entry, and puts the interface in edit mode.
Hey everyone, we have some very exciting news to share with all iOS and Android users in France: We are once again selling our well known password manager and note taker Codebook in the French iTunes App Store and the French Google Play Store!
It has been about 4 years since we had to stop selling Codebook (named
STRIP at that time,
Strip on your iPhone’s home screen) due to French laws regarding the selling of encryption software but we recently received approval to start selling our software in France again and we are really excited.
Upgrading from Version 1 to Version 3
Our existing customers in France stopped receiving iOS updates around version 1.6, and the current version is 3.1. We have tested the upgrade from the old STRIP versions to the new Codebook versions and there do not appear to be any issues. However, we recommend that you first backup your device to iTunes or iCloud or use the Sync feature to sync your data with a Dropbox account.
Name and Icon Changed - Codebook is STRIP!
STRIP was renamed to Codebook and it has a new icon on your iOS home screen:
If you currently get automatic updates from Apple, once the app is released in France, it will automatically update the current STRIP app to Codebook and replace the icon on your home screen. If you leave this setting on and notice that your STRIP icon is gone and you now see a new Codebook icon, this is OK, DO NOT delete it as this is the new version of STRIP. You can login with the same password you have been using for STRIP and all your data should be intact.
While We Were Away
There have been quite a few other changes to Codebook for iOS since version 1.6. A modern interface, fixes and improvements, and lots of new features. We’ve also created ports of Codebook for Android, macOS, and Windows, making your passwords available on other devices you use.
An incomplete listing of new features and improvements:
Please contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions. You can visit our original announcement of the change from STRIP to Codebook to learn more about the transition.
SQLCipher for Android 3.5.2 was just released, addressing two specific items since our recent Android N release. First, we have corrected an issue in which the UTF-16 encoded content was not translated correctly under a few specific situations. In a scenario where the underlying type affinity of the column of the database is
TEXT, and numeric values were stored in that column, queries that returned that value and attempted to retrieve the value via
getDouble(…) would incorrectly translate the content, misrepresenting the stored value. This has been corrected, and tests have been added to the SQLCipher for Android test suite to track the correct behavior for the future.
The last change updates the C++ library support included within the native platform libraries, switching from the LLVM C++ static library to the STLport static library. This provides increased support on certain deployment scenarios specific to the
armeabi platform. We have updated the SQLCipher for Android integration tutorial providing instructions for utilizing the latest binaries.