Re: Python and Postgres-questions
On Sat, 5 Jul 1997, Johann Spies wrote:
> 1. How do I add an extended module, written in C, to Python using the
> Debian-version of Python? (e.g. pg95 - Pygres95 for interfacing
> 2. Are there any debian-users using python as an interface to a PostgreSQL
> or Postgres95?
> 3. Is there a possibility that PostgreSQL 6.1 will be available in
> debian-format in the near future?
> I have previously asked questions relating this topic in this list and
> also to the maintainer of the debian-version of python but did not receive
> any answers that could solve my problems.
> Are there any Debian-python-users out there?
I've been a python user for about 2 hours of actual coding--just started
this weekend. I tried to compile the mSQLmodule for python into the main
debian package source tree and create a new version, but it crashed
somewhere in the compilation of the modules [after mSQLmodule.c :-)].
I have some experience compiling debian packages, and I think I'll be
able to work this out, but I will also try to contact the python
maintainer about adding some of these interfaces to the freely available
database engines (mSQL is free for non-commercial use).
Syrus Nemat-Nasser <firstname.lastname@example.org> UCSD Physics Dept.
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