I'm currently using PyPgSQL and it is working fine. I don't use the libpq
directly, but import pyPgSQL, which is a thin wrapper around the Python API.
On 4/24/05, Joshua D. Drake <jd(at)commandprompt(dot)com> wrote:
> Michael Fuhr wrote:
> > On Sun, Apr 24, 2005 at 05:50:04PM +0300, Volkan YAZICI wrote:
> >>I've used to program using psycopg for PostgreSQL connections. But
> >>I've just learnt that, ADOdb has Python support too. I tried to search
> >>the mailing list archives for alternatives but they seem very old
> >>(like discussions from 2003). I'd be so appreciated if somebody could
> >>share his/her own experiences for PostgreSQL Python APIs.
> >>List of PostgreSQL Python APIs which I know: PyGreSQL, psycopg, ADOdb.
> > There's also pyPgSQL but it doesn't appear to have been updated for
> > almost two years. Psycopg seems to get the most recommendations;
> > that's what I use.
> I would use psycopg. It is what Command Prompt uses exclusively for its
> Python/PostgreSQL development. It is under reasonably active development
> and the author is responsive when we ask questions.
> Joshua D. Drake
> Command Prompt, Inc.
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