On Wed, Oct 20, 2004 at 02:08:32PM -0300, Carlos Ribeiro wrote:
[...] If the sqlite library supports a bigger and richer API _as part of the standard Python library_, then everyone else (Python's end users and developers) will naturally expect that all other rdbms will support the same API.
I don't believe people are so stupid. We should then clearly mark DB-API methods in the documentation, and the rest as nonstandard extensions. If you think it is a real problem, the nonstandard methods can even get a leading underscore.