[pypy-dev] Running pysqlite on pypy

Gerhard Häring gh at ghaering.de
Mon May 19 07:55:05 CEST 2008


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Gerhard Häring wrote:
> Maciej Fijalkowski wrote:
>>> That was more a proof-of-concept (*). Without deep ctypes wizardry I
>>> couldn't make anything with callbacks from SQLite work reliably. That's
>>> why create_function, create_aggregate and friends were removed. If it's
>>> possible to make that work at all, it's beyond my understanding of ctypes.
>>>
>> Hi Gerhard.
> 
>> We tackled the issue by creating closures instead of py_object. This
>> way it's saner and does not segfault for example on django test suite.
>> We temporarily commited it to svn branch on codespeak, here:
>> http://codespeak.net/svn/user/fijal/pysqlite2/, but we would rather
>> prefer to keep it in your mercurial branch. Do you think our changes
>> makes any sense? If so, can we have a commit permissions on mercurial
>> branch? Otherwise, we'll at least try to keep it in sync.
> 
> I'll need to send the username / password in encrypted form. Do you have
> a PGP key?

I'll happily set up authentication on my public pysqlite repository so
you guys can have commit permissions. But I won't send sensitive
information in cleartext, so if you're still interested, do you have a
PGP key or anything?

- -- Gerhard
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