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File Date Author Commit
debian 2004-06-23 Philippe Normand Philippe Normand [8b0db7] Debian package is finally done. To build it:
docs 2006-11-23 Oleg Broytman Oleg Broytman [e2feeb] Merged the last doc update from the 0.7-bugfix ...
scripts 2005-08-24 Oleg Broytman Oleg Broytman [7826e7] Removed trailing spaces.
sqlobject 2005-08-27 Ian Bicking Ian Bicking [ef39be] Made select results aggressively fetch objects,...
MANIFEST.in 2004-02-05 Ian Bicking Ian Bicking [ac9158] Initial import of SQLObject and DataTest
README.txt 2004-12-07 Oleg Broytman Oleg Broytman [88d0a6] Removed deadly broken dbm connection; updated d...
release 2004-03-09 Ian Bicking Ian Bicking [6b81e9] Little distribution script updates
setup.cfg 2007-03-19 Oleg Broytman Oleg Broytman [99b52b] Releasing stable version 0.7.4.
setup.py 2007-02-12 Oleg Broytman Oleg Broytman [968031] Version 0.8.0.

Read Me

SQLObject 0.7
=============

Thanks for looking at SQLObject.  SQLObject is an object-relational
mapper, i.e., a library that will wrap your database tables in Python
classes, and your rows in Python instances.

It currently supports MySQL through the `MySQLdb` package, PostgreSQL
through the `psycopg` package, SQLite, Firebird, MaxDB (SAP DB) and
Sybase.  It should support Python versions back to 2.2.

For more information please see the documentation in
docs/SQLObject.txt, or online at http://sqlobject.org/