From: Ian Bicking <ianb@co...> - 2003-08-01 01:58:44
On Sat, 2003-07-26 at 16:49, Javier Ruere wrote:
> Hi, I started using SQLObject today and I like it a lot.
> There are a couple of questions I have for which I could find no
> answers on the mailing list.
> First, why are transactions not supported in SQLite? I believe the DB
> has that ability.
They should be, though I haven't really tried it. Sometime I have to
really try transactions out more thoroughly and document them better.
What support there is for transactions is not database-specific.
> Second, I could not get the code in the attached file (prueba.py)
> working. Is what I'm trying to do there forbiden?
No, you just found a bug related to having two ForeignKey('Place') --
SQLObject has a fixup stage where 'Place' gets replaced with the real
class, and funny stuff was happening when that got hit twice. It's
fixed now in CVS.
> Third, the following code gets a type error when run in the interactive
> import SQLObject
Ah... I used __getattr__ without checking for special methods. That
should be fixed in CVS now as well. (Note pserver is a day behind
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