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Re: is there a way to access postgresql in python3.0rc1

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thanks, I'll wait a month and see, in the mean time I can use 2.x for
my prototyping, hope python3.0 final can drop a nuke on the ground :D

On Thu, Oct 30, 2008 at 12:31 PM, Steve Holden <st***@holdenweb.comwrote:
Terry Reedy wrote:
>davy zhang wrote:
>>I'm currently on a project, it could last for at least 1 or 2 years.
so I choose python3 as server side programing language.
All I found on are python2.x ready libraries, Is there any library is
python3.0 ready? or just under alpha ,beta or something, I don't much
features, just basic functions are OK

Python3.0 final should be released in about a month. Extension
libraries will start appearing after that. You will have to ask the
maintainers of a particular library what their plans are for Python 3.
Some will port very easily and could be available soon. Others will
take more work and may not appear so soon.
Please note, however, that Python 3.x is not likely to be as
well-supported by extension modules as Python 2.x for some considerable
time. The OP may therefore wish to reconsider his choice of Python 3.0.

regards
Steve
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