PyPyODBC 0.8.3 released with improved performance and SQLAlchemysupport

Discussion in 'Python' started by ½­ÎÄ, Sep 3, 2012.

  1. ½­ÎÄ

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    PyPyODBC - A Pure Python ctypes ODBC module

    Features
    - Pure Python, compatible with IronPython and PyPy (tested on Win32)
    - Almost totally same usage as pyodbc

    You can simply try pypyodbc in your existing pyodbc powered script
    with the following changes:

    #import pyodbc <-- The original pyodbc importing line
    import pypyodbc as pyodbc # Let pypyodbc "pretend" the pyodbc
    pyodbc.connect(...) # pypyodbc is now doing pyodbc's
    job with same APIs!



    History
    Version 0.8.3 Sep 1 2012 sql_longvarchar handling fix; performance optimization;

    Version 0.8.2 Aug 27 2012 Differentiate sql_varchar and
    sql_longvarchar; Initial support for SQLAlchemy;

    Version 0.8.1 Aug 26 2012 Fixed the long type parameter issue; Added
    support for IronPython;

    Version 0.8 Aug 25 2012 Added getinfo method;

    Version 0.7 Jul 28 2012 Fixed nchar/ntext/nvarchar string truncat problem ;

    Version 0.6 Jul 4 2012 Added Cursor.commit() and Cursor.rollback();
    Added readonly keyword to connect;

    Version 0.5 Jun 23 2012 Initial release;
    ½­ÎÄ, Sep 3, 2012
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