Were these Postgres patches ever submitted anywhere?
I would like to try them out.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Geoff Talvola" <gtalvola@...>
To: <mjd@...>; <webware-devel@...>
Sent: Tuesday, September 04, 2001 11:21 AM
Subject: Re: [Webware-devel] PostgreSQL
> At 12:04 PM 9/3/01 -0700, Maurice Davis wrote:
> >I'm new to Webware and to this list. If I'm posting this in the
> >wrong place, please let me know.
> >I've been using Zope for over 2 years and only became aware of Webware
> >last week. Over the last year or so I've found myself using Zope Projects
> >more and the ZODB less (code in files as opposed to the ODB) and have found
> >myself fighting with Zope to get simple things done. I've read Webware's docs
> >and think I've found a new home.
> >Since I use PostgeSQL, I did a first cut at adapting the MySQL files to use
> >PostgreSQL. The result is one changed file:
> >Webware/MiddleKit/Design/Generate.py (adding PostgreSQL to the databases list)
> >and 3 new files:
> >What I've done so far has enabled me to get through the MiddleKit
> >QuickStart but
> >I haven't tested them further.
> >Questions - How do I go about submitting them to the project? Should I
> >test more
> >thoroughly before submitting?
> You can submit the patch on SourceForge at
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/webware/ then send a message to
> webware-devel to let us know the patch is there.
> I also seem to remember that someone else has done some work on supporting
> PostgreSQL in MiddleKit. I don't know how far along that has
> gotten. Maybe someone will chime in with a status report...
> As far as testing goes, there's a set of regression tests that you can run
> in the Tests subdirectory. Just run "python Test.py" and examine the
> output for errors. If it passes those tests, it's probably tested enough.
> - Geoff Talvola
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