Date: 2006-05-17 12:14:37 -0600 (Wed, 17 May 2006)
New Revision: 1772
Merged TODO from the trunk.
--- SQLObject/branches/0.7-bugfix/docs/TODO.txt 2006-05-17 18:13:35 UTC (rev 1771)
+++ SQLObject/branches/0.7-bugfix/docs/TODO.txt 2006-05-17 18:14:37 UTC (rev 1772)
@@ -4,16 +4,41 @@
* ``_fromDatabase`` currently doesn't support IDs that don't fit into
the normal naming scheme. It should do so. You can still use
``_idName`` with ``_fromDatabase``.
* More databases supported. There has been interest and some work in
- the progress for Oracle, Sybase, and MS-SQL support.
+ the progress for Oracle. IWBN to have DB2 driver.
* Better transaction support -- right now you can use transactions
for the database, but the object isn't transaction-aware, so
non-database persistence won't be able to be rolled back.
* Optimistic locking and other techniques to handle concurrency.
* Profile of SQLObject performance, so that I can identify bottlenecks.
* Increase hooks with FormEncode (unreleased) validation and form
generation package, so SQLObject classes (read: schemas) can be
- published for editing more directly and easily.
+ published for editing more directly and easily. (First step: get
+ Schema-generating method into sqlmeta class)
+* Simple method (in sqlmeta) for serializing a SQLObject instance to a
+ dictionary -- both a dead dictionary (copy of values) and a live
+ dictionary (setting keys changes the instance).
* Automatic joins in select queries.
* More kinds of joins, and more powerful join results (closer to how
+* Refactor ``DBConnection`` to use parameterized queries instead of
+ generating query strings.
+* Deprecate support for Python 2.2. Start using logging instead of print
+ for debugging output.
+* Event system. This will effect columns; patterns like ``onUpdate``
+ methods and whatnot. Probably will use PyDispatcher:
+* A hierarchy of exceptions. SQLObject should translate exceptions from
+ low-level drivers to a consistent set of high-level exceptions.