Enable unraisable exceptions by default for sqlite3 callbacks

That does put the decision more into personal opinion territory, yes.
If we’re there: the issue is about better programmatic access to the raised exception, so I’d prefer the consistent type.
Even more personal opinion: I would do try/raise e.__cause__/except* rather than isinstance/split.

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AFAIK if you use except* for a non-group exception it still catches it. There’s still the argument that if it isn’t always an exception group, users will forget to use except* and get in trouble when they receive a group.

But honestly I’ve never done anything with a cause or context other than reading the printed traceback to help me debug a situation. Not once have I felt the need to look at the cause/context of an exception that I’ve caught.

I trust Erlend’s judgment here though.