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Re: MySQL hardcoding?

En Thu, 17 Apr 2008 15:41:49 -0300, <ma********@googlemail.comescribió:
I've got this error (see the path in last line)

db=MySQLdb.connect(host='localhost',use_unicode = True, charset = "Windows-1251",user='root',passwd='12',db='articulos')
OperationalError: (2019, "Can't initialize character set Windows-1251 (path: C:\\mysql\\\\share\\charsets\\)")

The truth of the matter is, MySQL is not installed in that path, but into Program Files.
I don't know where the hardcoding is, but it is certainly somewhere. Except MySQL is reporting a wrong installation path.
I haven't found any other topic in the list about this problem.
Looks like a configuration problem in MySQL itself, unrelated to Python. See the my.ini file in MySQL installation directory.

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Gabriel Genellina

Jun 27 '08 #1
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