[DB-SIG] py-postgresql 0.9 Released: Speed & Query Libraries

James William Pye x at jwp.name
Wed Jun 17 07:42:37 CEST 2009


I'm pleased to announce the release of py-postgresql 0.9.0 and 0.8.2.

py-postgresql is a Python programmer's client (driver) for PostgreSQL  
and
general toolkit for working with PostgreSQL in Python.


    http://python.projects.postgresql.org/?utm_source=release&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=py-postgresql-0.9.0


Changes in 0.9:

  * Performance Improvements. Always nice. =)
  * Query Libraries--statement management.
  * Display of line and relative location of the POSITION for syntax  
errors.
  * DB-API now extends PG-API.
  * Many under-the-hood improvements.


Special thanks to the following bug reporters:

  Mike Bayer [Broken DB-API row counts]
  Dallas Morisett [Broken procedure reference generation]


... Bugs, while of crunchy consistency, are fearlessly squashed.
... If you find a bug, a report would be greatly appreciated.
     http://pgfoundry.org/tracker/?atid=442&group_id=1000094



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