Robert Treat wrote:
> On Wednesday 22 December 2004 14:22, Joshua D. Drake wrote:
>>>>>Pyscopg instead of pygresql as Pyscopg is actually actively developed
>>>>>and full DB 2.0 complaint
>>>Hmmm.... PyGreSQL 3.6 was just released on 12-16/2004, and is maintained
>>>in part by D'Arcy Cain, a long time community member. Do you know who
>>>we can go to for clarification on this?
>>I could be a little historical on this... maybe list both? I don't
>>recall PyGreSQL being supported but that could have changed recently.
> I think I looked into this briefly when I put together the initial list, and
> psycopg seemed to be the outdated one... check out
Just FYI that page is out of date it also notes that it is not the
official page. The official page is here:
And there was a release on the 19th of November.
Joshua D. Drake
> I think we should leave it as is for now and we can revist it if someone from
> the pyscopg group comes forward.
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