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1. Broken PostgreSQL
22�Dec�2003�Archive Link: "[IRC] 22 Dec 2003"
People: Derek Neighbors,�James Thompson
While trying to generate schema for an entire database, Derek Neighbors (Derek) found out that pygresql and psycopg are broken (
"DB000: gnue.common.datasources.GDataObjects.ProviderNotSupportedError: No database driver found for provider type 'pgsql'"
). Popy connects,
"but its broken
DB000: File "/usr/local/gnue/lib/python/gnue/common/datasources/drivers/postgresql/Base/Driver.py", line 219, in __getPrimaryKey
DB000: cursor.execute("select indkey from pg_index where indrelid=%d" % oid)DB000: TypeError: int argument required" . Derek said he "cant get any postgres driver to work on 0.5.2" , but "got popy to "half work" with 0.5.1" . James Thompson (jamest) confirmed that neither designer nor forms are working.
On the next day it was noticed, that the lastest stable popy (2.1) is available on sourceforge.
Sharon And Joy
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