I'm cc'ing the pgsql-bugs address, since I'm starting to think it's
It appears that the folks at www.postgresql.org don't know about pgdb.py
either. Or, rather, not consistently. Apparently, the 7.0.3-2 source
tarball doesn't equal the 7.0.3-2 source RPM.
I just downloaded the latest PostgreSQL source RPM (7.0.3-2) from
www.postgresql.org and rebuilt everything. (From that source, it built
10 binary RPM's: the client, server, development stuff, perl, python,
tcl and tk, test, odbc, and jdbc packages.) When finished, I ended up
with exactly what I had before: pgsqldb.py et al. No pgdb.py.
On Thu, 12 Apr 2001, D'Arcy J.M. Cain wrote:
> Thus spake Kevin Cole
> > Nope. I actually meant "import pgsqldb" as written. I'm on a Red Hat
> > 6.2 Linux system, with postgresql-python 7.0.2. The comments at the top
> > of pgsqldb.py indicate it was written by you, and I've created a log of
> > the attempts I made, (with perhaps a lot more than anyone needs).
> > Rather than include it here, and possibly overload someone's email, I've
> > put it on the web. Have a look at:
> > http://gri.gallaudet.edu/~kjcole/pgsqldb.log.html
> I looked but I still don't know where that pgsqldb file came from. The
> test version, which comes with PostGreSQL, is called pgdb.py and that
> string doesn't appear anywhere in the distribution. That may have been a
> very early attempt that was aborted when someone donated the current
> Are you building PostGreSQL from source? If so, run configure with the
> --with-python option. It will just build it with the latest version.
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