Ugh! Python 3.1.x and MySQL
rami.chowdhury at merton.oxon.org
Fri Sep 10 20:10:45 CEST 2010
On Fri, Sep 10, 2010 at 22:27, fuglyducky <fuglyducky at gmail.com> wrote:
> Most of the python books coming out now are Py3K. I just started
> programming and have a need to access a MySQL database. I would like
> to use Python to do this. Unfortunately, I cannot find anyone that has
> created anything that allows my to do this.
> I've tried installing an ODBC driver and using sqlalchemy, oursql, and
> a few other things with no luck.
> So...just wondering if anyone is aware of any libraries/modules that I
> can use to connect to a MySQL DB using Python 3.1.x?
Have you tried OurSQL (http://packages.python.org/oursql/)?
> Ideally, I'd like to be able to this from both x86 and x64 systems (if
> that makes any difference).
> Thanks for any input you may have!!!
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