On Monday, April 9, 2018 at 7:35:14 PM UTC-4, Mike Bayer wrote:
> fetchall() gives you a list, how about that?  the RowProxy acts just 
> like a tuple. 

Thanks!  That could work.  I'll try some tests.

The issue I ran into earlier is that some encoders inspect the `type`, and 
that throws off some encoders.  `_collections.result` inherits from 
`tuple`, so is treated as one.  I can write in RowProxy/ResultProxy support 
via encoders I know of... but this app doesn't have full coverage and I'd 
like to risk likely issues.

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