Is there a good JDO analog in the Python world?
ramen at lackingtalent.com
Thu Oct 9 18:58:52 CEST 2003
In article <3F856325.CDCBCFA5 at engcorp.com>, Peter Hansen wrote:
> Joshua wrote:
>> Hello, Im looking to move some Java projects to Python and am curious
>> as to the best JDO/OJB -style object persistence mechanism.
> Is that anything like PyDO or PDO (about which there was very recently
> a post)? (Google can help you there...)
I was just looking at PDO yesterday because I saw the release announcement,
and though it looks like a fairly decent database wrapper API, I really
don't think it serves the same purpose (semitransparent o/r mapping) that
JDO claims to serve...
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