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MySQLdb and Python2.3

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Since using Python2.3, MySQLdb doesn't work anymore correctly.
Inserting data fails with "IndexError: list index out of range".
Since the MySQLdb website states, that it runs up to version 2.2, I
definatelly shouldn't complain :-)
Is there somebody whose MySQLdb is running with 2.3?

MySQLdb 0.9.2
Python 2.3
Linux

Thanks a lot for your help

Stephan
Jul 18 '05 #1
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I run
MySQLdb 0.9.2-0.3
Python 2.3-1
Debian GNU/Linux unstable

without a problem. Can you post the piece of code that causes this, and the
schema of the table?

Jiri Barton

Jul 18 '05 #2

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Torsten Marek wrote:
Stephan Diehl schrieb:
Since using Python2.3, MySQLdb doesn't work anymore correctly.
Inserting data fails with "IndexError: list index out of range".
Since the MySQLdb website states, that it runs up to version 2.2, I
definatelly shouldn't complain :-)
Is there somebody whose MySQLdb is running with 2.3?

MySQLdb 0.9.2
Python 2.3
Linux

Thanks a lot for your help

Stephan I run MySQLdb 0.9.2 with Python 2.3 and MySQL 4.0.13 without
encountering any problems.
BTW: What OS do you use? Did you recompile the package?


I did recompile. I'm using MySQL 3.23 though.
Thanks for your info

Stephan
Torsten


Jul 18 '05 #3

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