wayne.izatt at myself.com
Sat Apr 8 08:01:55 CEST 2000
MySQLdb is the way to go. MySQLmodule is no longer well supported, and MySQLdb
adheres to the Python Database API 2. I've used it extensively, and you can do
anything you need to do, including creating you tables etc...
Thomas Weholt wrote:
> I`m going to try MySQL and want to access stuff using Python. At Python.org
> I found to links to two different modules, one written in python, the other
> C. Is there a special reason for choosing one over the other?
> I`d like to use all python, not compile anything cuz I`m scared python won`t
> work anymore. Had this problem earlier with re-compilation of python. zlib
> etc. didn`t work anymore.
> Any tips? I can create the actual databases/tables manually, but need to
> acces/insert/manipulate the data from a python-script.
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