python and msql 
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 python and msql

has anyone successfully used python with msql out there?
is it heaven or hell?

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Sat, 24 Jul 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 python and msql

hola.

Quote:
Curt Finch writes:

 > has anyone successfully used python with msql out there?
 > is it heaven or hell?

I did.  It was really easy.

There was recently (about 1 month ago) a posting for a 2.0 compliant
msql module.  I grabbed it, built it, and played with it all in the same
hour.  (The hardest part was learning enough SQL.)

My only gripe:
 Is with mSQL itself.  The libmsql.a library seems to desire every
client application to have a configuration file.  If a client doesn't
have one (and there is *absolutely* NO reason that it should, the mSQL
library spits out some text onto stderr.

 Does anyone else have this problem?

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Sat, 24 Jul 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 python and msql

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> has anyone successfully used python with msql out there?
> is it heaven or hell?

Using it (1.0.14 & 1.1) and LOVING it.  Highly recommend.

nick



Sat, 24 Jul 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 python and msql

Quote:
>>> Curt Finch wrote
> has anyone successfully used python with msql out there?
> is it heaven or hell?

It's really nice, until your tables get large. mSQL 1 has no indices, so
tries to keep the entire table in memory. This sucks, a lot. mSQL 2 has
indices, but I haven`t played with it - we're moving to Oracle for the
real database applications.

The python interface isn't yet conformant to the DB-SIG API.

Anthony



Sun, 25 Jul 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 python and msql

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>hola.

>Curt Finch writes:
> > has anyone successfully used python with msql out there?
> > is it heaven or hell?

>I did.  It was really easy.

>There was recently (about 1 month ago) a posting for a 2.0 compliant
>msql module.  I grabbed it, built it, and played with it all in the same
>hour.  (The hardest part was learning enough SQL.)

If you missed the announcement, the new mSQL module can be found at:

<http://www.ollie.clive.ia.us/python/msql/>

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Sun, 25 Jul 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 python and msql

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> If you missed the announcement, the new mSQL module can be found at:

> <http://www.ollie.clive.ia.us/python/msql/>

And I wanted to say that I
1) missed to help you with that
2) am pleased that I didn't because you got it perfect.
3) If I would get 1/3rd ready what I promize, I'd be rich.

It runs wonderful under my 4 redhats 2.0.21 and 4 S.U.S.E 2.0.18 that
I look after a bit, and my (private) S.U.S.E 2.0.24

Thank you - chris



Mon, 26 Jul 1999 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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