Which Python module for PostgreSQL?

Ganesan R rganesan at myrealbox.com
Wed Mar 3 05:50:21 CET 2004

>>>>> "W" == W Borgert <debacle at debian.org> writes:

> Hi,
> I'm not new to Python, but new to databases and PostgreSQL.
> I like to write a PostgreSQL client application (not code
> running inside of the RDBMS), and Debian has four modules:

> python2.3-pgsql - A Python DB-API 2.0 interface to PostgreSQL v7.x
> python2.3-popy - module providing access to PostgreSQL from Python2.3
> python2.3-psycopg - Python 2.3 module for PostgreSQL
> python2.3-pygresql - PostgreSQL module for Python

I prefer the first one - it's BSD licensed, actively maintained and
supported. It's also very compatible with the python SQLite binding which I
use regularly.


Ganesan R

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