michael at foord.net
Fri Mar 5 13:32:37 CET 2004
Gerhard Häring <gh at ghaering.de> wrote in message news:<mailman.17.1078415103.24397.python-list at python.org>...
> Fuzzyman wrote:
> > [problems finding Gadfly binaries]
> Alternatively, you could try PySQLite. It's also an embedded database engine in a
> Python module. And it offers binaries for win32.
> -- Gerhard (PySQLite developer)
In actual fact I'm looking for a pure python solution. I want to be
able to upload python modules to our server without having to worry
about installing/compiling binaries on our Linux server.
I also need to be able to test on my Windoze desktop.
In various references to Gadfly it was refferred to as a 'pure python'
solution... and then the distribution comes with a C file and
pre-built binaries for python up to version 2.2... but not 2.3.
Odd that no-one seems to know anything about Gadfly - which was even
touted for inclusion in the main python distribution.
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