PyDO 2.0b0 released

Jacob Smullyan smulloni at
Fri Jun 24 19:11:27 CEST 2005

I'm pleased to announce the release of PyDO 2.0b0, the first beta
release of the 2.0 series.

What's New

* a new test framework and test suite.
* fixes for several bugs uncovered by the new tests.
* one new function, "autoschema", which can generate basic
  PyDO wrappers for every table in a schema -- useful for 
  quick scripts.
* The api is now declared stable.
What it is

PyDO is Drew Csillag's ORM (Object-Relational Mapper) database access
library for Python that facilitates writing a Python database access
layer.  PyDO attempts to be simple, flexible, extensible, and

PyDO 2 is a rewrite of the 1.x series distributed with SkunkWeb.
It has several enhancements:

   * PyDO can now be used in multi-threaded or twisted-style
     asynchronous sitations, with or without a customizable connection

   * PyDO objects are now dict subclasses, but also support attribute
     access to fields.

   * Projections -- subsets of the field list of a super-class -- are
     now supported by the PyDO.project() method.

   * Table attributes are now declared in a more concise way.

   * PyDO2 supports runtime table introspection.

   * Overall, the API has been tightened and the code restructured.

PyDO 2 requires Python 2.4 or later.  It currently supports
PostgreSQL, MySQL, Sqlite, MSSQL, and Oracle, and support for other
databases is planned.

PyDO is dual GPL/BSD licensed.

The source tarball is available at SkunkWeb's berlios site:

or, more directly:

Questions pertaining to PyDO can be addressed to the SkunkWeb mailing
list at sourceforge:



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