The first alpha release of MkSQL is here:
What is it?
MkSQL is a Python package which implements a SQL
front end to the MetaKit database. It implements
a large subset of the SQL 2 (aka SQL 92) standard,
and comes with a Python DBI version 2 interface.
Python 2.1 (or later).
MetaKit 2.4 including the metakit.py wrapper.
mx.TextTools from the egenix mxBase package.
(Links on page referenced above).
MkSQL can be used to query or update any existing
MetaKit database which has a relational structure.
Basically that means that subviews are ignored.
In addition, if you use MkSQL to define your
database structure, MkSQL will enforce integrity
constraints on all update, insert and delete
Note that MkSQL is not a database server. MetaKit
is an embedded database, and MkSQL does nothing to
MkSQL release 0a0</A> A SQL front-end for MetaKit
The final release of PyOpenGL 2 is now available. PyOpenGL2 is a
complete rewrite of PyOpenGL using the wrapper generator SWIG (you don't
need SWIG to build it, only to hack on it). It has significant
impovements over PyOpenGL 1.5.x. Some of the new features are:
1) Complete coverage of OpenGL 1.1
2) GLU 1.3 support
3) GLUT 3.7 support
4) GLE support (Tubing and Extrusion library)
5) Support for a whole pile of OpenGL, GLU, and WGL extensions (~200)
To check out PyOpenGL 2 see http://pyopengl.sourceforge.net
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