[DB-SIG] Some obscurity with paramstyle
mal at egenix.com
Tue Jul 19 01:00:31 CEST 2011
Michael Bayer wrote:
> On Jul 18, 2011, at 3:52 AM, M.-A. Lemburg wrote:
>> Vernon Cole wrote:
>>> On Sun, Jul 17, 2011 at 8:54 AM, Michael Bayer <mike_mp at zzzcomputing.com>wrote:
>>>> Is there a path to changes being made in the DBAPI? i.e. would there be a
>>>> DBAPI 3 ?
>>> That possibility has been discussed before, and is particularly timely given
>>> that it is impossible to write a PEP 249 compliant module in Python 3. [For
>>> example, the PEP states that an Error exception "must be a subclass of the
>>> Python StandardError" -- which Python 3 does not support.]
>>> Marc-André Lemburg (the author of PEP 249) came out against an update --
>>> mostly due to performance reasons.
>> Not sure, where you read that :-)
>> I'm not opposed to a DB API 3, but since there are only a few
>> things on the table for DB API 3 and the adoption of Python 3.x
>> has just started, so it's not all that urgent.
> Do you have an idea in mind when effort on the new spec might be happening ? If I can find the time I'd want to contribute a compliance suite, and/or update the old one (since I'd like DBAPI 3 to be a lot more specific about some things).
We might as well start now. I've been wanting to kick off the process
for about a year now, but never really got around to it (too many
The talks I gave at EuroPython mentions a few things I think should
go into the DB API 3. The list archives will likely have a few more.
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