[DB-SIG] Running a Python script against an embedded mySQL server.
mal at lemburg.com
Thu Jul 3 00:04:38 EDT 2003
Gerhard Häring wrote:
> M.-A. Lemburg wrote:
>> quadric at primenet.com wrote:
>>> I have an application that has an embedded/extended Python
>>> interpreter. I need to add
>>> database capabilities [...]
>> If you need an embedded database engine, you should have a look
>> at the more powerful sqlite.sf.net. [...]
> The URLs are really:
Thanks for correcting these.
>> Embedding MySQL would cause your application to go under GPL control.
>> sqlite comes with a BSD style license. [...]
> Actually, PySQLite has the Python license and SQLite itself is Public
Even better :-)
> > It is also faster, offers more
>> features and is very robust.
> Yes to these, but SQLite is typeless, which can be annoying at times.
> Fortunately, PySQLite is programmed such that you usually won't see the
> typelessness of SQLite :-)
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