Re: [sqlite] Thanks

2005-05-23 Thread Joel Rosdahl
[EMAIL PROTECTED] (Allan Wind) writes:

> Looking forward to a python db compliant client for 3.x hitting the
> Debian archives (apsw is nice, I am sure, but not what I want for
> the project that I am working on).

PySQLite 2.0.2 now exists in Debian unstable:

http://packages.debian.org/python-pysqlite2

I hope it works for you. :-)

Regards,
Joel

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Re: [sqlite] Adding SQL commands

2004-04-15 Thread Joel Rosdahl
Bertrand Mansion <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote :
>
>> I have a similar problem with character encoding in the current
>> SQLite versions, by the way. I store UTF-8 encoded data from a
>> Python program using PySQLite using a prepackaged SQLite, but since
>> the prepackaged libsqlite is built without SQLITE_UTF8, I can't use
>> LIKE et.al. in the way I want to. It's good to hear that this will
>> be improved in SQLite 3.0.
>
> How will this be improved in sqlite 3.0 ?

It's maybe not mentioned explicitly in
http://www.sqlite.org/prop2.html, but that's my conclusion of the
implications of the character encoding handling. Correct me if I'm
wrong.

Regards,
Joel

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