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How to use Python + PygreSQL on a WinXP system

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Hi,

I want to use the PygreSQL modules on a Windows machine (more exactly
a WinXP one). I've downloaded the latest version (3.4 so far) and I am
required to build the pgmodule C library. Is there a way to avoid
this? I need to install this on many user systems and it would be very
hard to do.

Is there a compiled package available for this? Or an easier way to
install this package?

Thanks in advance,

Radu Stanciu
Jul 18 '05 #1
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ur***@home.ro (Radu Stanciu) wrote in message news:<3c**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi,

I want to use the PygreSQL modules on a Windows machine (more exactly
a WinXP one). I've downloaded the latest version (3.4 so far) and I am
required to build the pgmodule C library. Is there a way to avoid
this? I need to install this on many user systems and it would be very
hard to do.

Is there a compiled package available for this? Or an easier way to
install this package?

Thanks in advance,

Radu Stanciu


I have a two compiled package.
but this package was made 2002 year.

for python 2.2
http://www.exman.pe.kr/board/pds.php...in32-py2.2.exe
for python 2.1
http://www.exman.pe.kr/board/pds.php...in32-py2.1.exe
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