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Wed Jan 14 19:47:43 CET 2009
On Jan 13, 11:58 pm, "Martin v. Löwis" <mar... at v.loewis.de> wrote:
> Steve Holden wrote:
> > Daniel Fetchinson wrote:
> >>> I need something to connect to a database, preferably mysql, that
> >>> works in python3.0 please.
> >> And your question is?
> > Surely it's fairly obvious that the question is "does such a thing
> > exist, and if so where can I find it?".
> Interestingly enough, the question was slightly (but importantly)
> different, though: the question really was "Does anybody has a patch for
> MySQLdb?"; as my reference to the existing interface to PostgreSQL
> was not sufficient for the OP.
Yes it was enough, but I can not imagine it has not been done yet for
MySql either :)
It was a open statement where I expected like 10 different databases
responses. For example if you go to a dinner place you have never been
gone before and want to try something new and there is no menu
available. What do you ask ? You just say something similar. "I would
like to order a salet please with some red wine." I don't think any
one of you would expect the waiter to answer,"And your question is?" I
also think the waiter does not expect me to ask 10 similar questions
like "red wine 1991? red wine 1992? red wine 1993? until i hit
something that is on the menu"
So the final questions was, is there anything els on the menu besides
PostgreSQL, like MySql for example ? If not I will take PostgreSQL
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