How do you get the Postgresql Python 2.3 or above?
Pieter.Claerhout at Creo.com
Mon Feb 2 08:31:57 CET 2004
I'm using pyPgSQL with Python 2.3 and it works just fine.
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From: George Young [mailto:gee_arr_why at ll.mit.edu]
Sent: 02 February 2004 02:28
To: python-list at python.org
Subject: Re: How do you get the Postgresql Python 2.3 or above?
On Sun, 01 Feb 2004 23:57:37 +0000, John J. Lee wrote:
> Benjamin Arai <benjamin at araisoft.com> writes:
>> There is a module that compiles for Python in PostgreSQL that compile
>> but it is only for Python 2.2. How do you make it compile for 2.3?
> There are several PostgreSQL modules for Python. Which one?
> Not that you're likely to get a better answer here than on the
> relevant web page or mailing list, mind you...
One of the main ones is "PyGreSQL", available from:
PyGreSQL is a python module that interfaces to a PostgreSQL database. It
embeds the PostgreSQL query library to allow easy use of the powerful
PostgreSQL features from a Python script.
This release fixes a few bugs, adds a few minor features and makes a
few speedups in the code. It works with Python version 2.3 and PostgreSQL
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