Back in February, LWN reported
that the mess of
PostgreSQL adapters for Python might finally be clearing up. So it's with
mixed feelings that we note the recent releases of:
- GSQL 0.2.2, an adapter which
is focused on "native DBMS access" without using an ODBC layer and
"databased objects organised into a tree."
- ceODBC 2.0, a multi-database ODBC
adapter with Python 3 support and a number of DBAPI extensions.
- py-postgresql 1.0, a pure Python 3
adapter which, happily, has lost its previous name (py_proboscis).
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