>> I'm not a Python user myself, but I have trouble understanding how you
>> can describe bugs in one of the Python drivers as off-topic to the
>> Python driver situation.
> I thought the topic was "Confusion over Python drivers"?
> The only bug there was likely app one, or at least its not widespread
> so off-topic. Rest are more like non-essential cool features,
> so again off-topic.
Not at all, except that maybe this discussion belongs on -advocacy
rather than here. Driver quality is partly performance and stability,
but also partly what features it implements and how well it implements
them. *particularly* for PostgreSQL, which is a database with lots of
cool features; if the driver doesn't support our cool features, then
they don't matter to Python developers.
Anyway, I don't yet have a full diagnosis on the transaction control
issue or I'd already have posted it to psycopg -- it may be a toxic
interaction between Django and Psycopg2 rather than psycopg2 alone. I'd
not have brought it up except for this discussion.
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