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Re: [Gnumed-devel] DBAPI Problem

From: Patrick
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] DBAPI Problem
Date: Wed, 08 May 2002 00:43:59 +1000
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What now? I suggest we stick to PyGreSQL - being included in the official postgresql source tree is some sort of indicator that it is here to stay and wil continue to be developed. Anybody with Windows & a C compiler on Windows keen on building a binary and making it available for upload?


Heres what I know:

*Comes with source, no PostGresSQL library for windows or linux
*Uses strings for date -- which you want?

*Provides PostGreSQL library for win32
*Uses mx tools for dates -- mx tools are very good, perhaps a layer to convert pyGreSQL date strings to mxDateTime object?
*Umm, something else

*Fast, thred safe.
*No win32 PostGreSQL library.
*I dont know what it does with dates. sorry.

The good thing: all the above can use the PostGreSQL library's provided with pyPgSQL.

I think it wont be long until all 3 modules match up, or culminate into one..I hope thats the way it goes.


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