[ANN] PyDO 1.0 Python Data Objects

Drew Csillag drew_csillag at geocities.com
Tue Aug 14 21:51:05 CEST 2001


What is PyDO?

PyDO is a Object-Relational database access tool. Unlike many other
O-R database access tools, PyDO:

    * easy to wrap your head around
    * doesn't constrain your schema to what it thinks databases should
      look like
    * if you need/want to override the way it does it's work, it's not
      a major surgical effort
    * has tools that will, given a database connection (for Oracle and
      PostgreSQL anyway) can do a lot of the work for you in writing
      your data classes.
    * like any good tool, makes the easy stuff a no-brainer and makes
      the harder things easier too.
    * works with more than one database (currently Oracle, PostgreSQL
      and MySQL, but others are definitely possible)
    * is easy to figure out how it works and when it does things so
      that you won't piss off your DB admin

Go to the PyDO page for more details:
    http://skunkweb.sourceforge.net/pydo.html
Download it here:
    http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/skunkweb/PyDO-1.0.tar.gz

-- 
print(lambda(m,d,y):['Sun','Mon','Tues','Wed','Thurs','Fri','Satur'][(
lambda(m,d,y):(23*m/9+d+4+y/4-y/100+y/400)%7)(m<3and(m,d+y,y-1)or(m,
d+(y-2),y))])(map(int,raw_input('mm/dd/yyyy>').split('/')))+'day'




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