[Tutor] in-memory pysqlite databases
Dinesh B Vadhia
dineshbvadhia at hotmail.com
Sun Apr 13 12:15:41 CEST 2008
Why do you say: "Now you didn't mention webpy before, that makes a big difference!" ?
As an aside, it really is a huge pain in the neck that, in general standard Python works (and works wonderfully) but as soon as you include external libraries (eg. Numpy, Scipy, webpy - and probably other web frameworks etc. etc.) things start to fall apart (badly!). And, from my experience with Python so far it is not of my incompetance (well, not most of the time!).
Date: Sat, 12 Apr 2008 23:23:30 +0100
From: "Alan Gauld" <alan.gauld at btinternet.com>
Subject: Re: [Tutor] in-memory pysqlite databases
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"Dinesh B Vadhia" <dineshbvadhia at hotmail.com> wrote
> However, a web version using webpy doesn't work
Now you didn't mention webpy before, that makes a big
> an execution thread is created by pysqlite and
> another thread by webpy and hence webpy is not
> seeing the table.
Almost certainly the case but if you are using the web
you can almost certainly afford to use a file based
SqlLite database and that way the data can be shared.
The network delays will more than overcome the
slowdown of moving to the file based database.
Author of the Learn to Program web site
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