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I've read some mails about recent patches to make middlekit work with
pgsql. How can I install and use these patches?
Can I help in any way to test or develop it?
I'm really in need of the PostgreSQL support, and I'm willing to help build it.
Thanks in advance,
From: Jason Hildebrand <jason@pe...> - 2004-08-27 01:31:35
Thanks for asking. Last year I did some work with PostgreSQL and
MiddleKit, and had lots of local changes which I've been meaning to commit.
Specifically, I made it so that for each table, a corresponding postgres
sequence is created, which is used for getting the next serial number
when an object is added to the data store. There were a bunch of other
changes, too, but that was the most significant.
There are several different python bindings for PostgreSQL, but AFAICT
there are only two which are maintained: the bindings included with
PostgreSQL itself, and psycopg. I can't remember exactly why, but at that
time I had some problems with PostgreSQL's bindings, and so I used pscyopg.
I've just checked in these changes, so please do a fresh CVS checkout (it
may take a few hours to become available on sourceforge's anon CVS, I'm not
sure) and take a look. Since I haven't really used it since last year,
there might be a few things which aren't working any more (due to other
changes in MK), and I think there are a few MK datatypes which still need to
be implemented for PostgreSQL (i.e. datetime?).
If you improve the support further, please submit patches via sourceforge,
and maybe send me a heads-up, too, so that I notice. :)
On Tue, 2004-08-24 at 09:06, Diogo Biazus wrote:
> Hi People,
> I've read some mails about recent patches to make middlekit work with
> pgsql. How can I install and use these patches?
> Can I help in any way to test or develop it?
> I'm really in need of the PostgreSQL support, and I'm willing to help
> build it.
> Thanks in advance,
Jason D. Hildebrand
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