Newbie: How to connect to MySQL?
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Wed Jan 15 20:23:49 CET 2003
What i meant about it doesn't find my compiler is:
when i type "python setup.py build"
this is the end of the message:
ld: warning -L: directory name (/usr/lib/mysql) does not exist
ld: warning -L: directory name (/usr/local/lib/mysql) does not exist
ld: warning -L: directory name (/usr/local/mysql/lib/mysql) does not
ld: warning -L: directory name (/sw/lib) does not exist
ld: can't locate file for: -lmysqlclient_r
error: command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1
and gcc is installed in /usr/bin/gcc
not the python interpreter, that was installed by me from source
and it is working flawlessly
i really wan't to know about CGI Module, because that's is my primary
On Wednesday, January 15, 2003, at 10:43 AM, Steve Holden wrote:
> "Eduardo Cancino" <lalo at ciceana.org.mx> wrote in message
> news:mailman.1042643607.2959.python-list at python.org...
>> Hi everybody!
>> I downloaded the mysql-python from sourceforge, and I tried to install
>> it on my Mac0S 10.2.1
>> but even i have the Developer tools the:
>> python setup.py build
>> python setup.py install
>> commands doesn't find my compiler.
>> I looked in www.python.org, some of this but didn't find it.
>> Where I cand find a installing tutorial or something i can get to
>> programming python with databases?
>> Is there a db module like dbi in perl?
>> And the cgi module works as the perl one?
> I can't answer your question as to why your command-line isn't finding
> Python interpreter. That's another issue. However, if you're sure you
> /usr/bin/python then as long as setup.py is marked as executable the
> setup.py build
> should work.
> As far as your questions about "is there a db module", Python database
> modules should conform the the Python DB API version 2, thereby
> offering a
> reasonably standard interface. You can find a description at
> The MySQLdb module you have downloaded offers a fairly complete
> implementation, along wiht a few added tweaks and wrinkles like
> As for the CGI module: walk before you run! ;-)
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