[Python-Dev] SQLite module for Python 2.5

Ian Bicking ianb at colorstudy.com
Thu Oct 28 17:41:40 CEST 2004

Gregory P. Smith wrote:
> Along the same lines of including PySQLite it'd also be nice to
> consider a good database object abstraction module such as SqlObject
> (http://sqlobject.sf.net/).  Anything to encourage people -not- to write
> raw SQL inline in their code is a good thing (and makes the app much
> more readable and even more portable as SQL is only partially so).

SQLObject isn't really mature enough, and seems too complex to really be 
right for the standard library.  Maybe something like dbrow, though. 
But most low-level database libraries or extensions really belong as 
part of the DB API, and the DB API is implement on a per-backend basis. 
  Most high-level libraries are outside the scope of the standard 
library.  dbrow is kind of an anomoly, being both low-level and fairly 

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