Spring Python users,
I have made a change on the subversion trunk (not official released yet), which renamed springpython.database.factory.SqliteConnectionFactory to springpython.database.factory.Sqlite3ConnectionFactory.
The deprecated springpython.database.Sqlite.SqliteConnectionFactory handles this. If you are using that connection factory, you won't be impacted. I would suggest that you move on to the active connection factory, since at some future release, we will remove that old factory.
I have news that while working with IT support staff, we have managed to get a successful test run in the process of configuring continuous integration for Spring Python. Currently, we are reading 83% test coverage with the test suite. To support the current CI environment, MySQL and PostgreSQL tests were disabled, but this only caused a 2% drop in test coverage, thanks to lots of mock testing of Spring Python's code. Perhaps, in the future, we will have some means to add those tests back. But for now, things are moving forward in seeing Spring Python's trunk being tested on a regular basis.
When CI configuration is complete, we will have closed the last ticket current targeted for release 0.6 and be able to make a release. Then we can move on to working other issues as Spring Python marches forward.