SQLwaterheadretard3 (Was: Is it just me, or is Sqlite3 goofy?)
steve at holdenweb.com
Fri Sep 8 23:38:26 CEST 2006
mensanator at aol.com wrote:
> Ben Sizer wrote:
>>mensanator at aol.com wrote:
>>>What are the chances that anything I send in as a bug report
>>>will simply be ignored? Kind of like the Emporer's New Clothes, eh?
>>>It would be an admission of ignorance and stupidity on the part
>>>of the Python Development Team, wouldn't it?
>>Why get so bitter over this? I agree the docs need fixing but you make
>>it sound like this was a deliberate attempt to make you waste your
> I'm not bitter, just being a squeaky wheel.
Ain't that the truth :-)
> And I'd be more than happy to make PROPER corrections to the
> docs if I thought the effort wouldn't be wasted. But in looking over
> this thread, it certainly appears that there are very few who
> understand the issue.
Well, as I've already suggested, sound corrections and/or additions to
the documentation are *very* unlikely to be refused. I suspect you need
to be a little more pragmatic with regard to SQLite. If it doesn't suit
your needs, that's fine. If you can suggest changes that will avoid
others experiencing the same disappointment you have, even better.
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