On Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 11:02 AM, Federico Di Gregorio
> If we don't want to wait for the #(at)§%£$! person that wrote the Django
> code to fix it we can just make .autocommit a real attribute and set the
> session autocommit mode when it is assigned True/False.
This wouldn't work as if the exception is raised it means that they
have already started a transaction, probably by setting time_zone to
chicago or something like that. The "create database" they mean to run
outside the transaction is then doomed to fail.
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