Python MySQLdb.PARSE_DECLTYPES() Examples

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Example 1
Project: bokken   Author: thestr4ng3r   File: db.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, **keywords):
        db = import_driver(["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2", "sqlite"], preferred=keywords.pop('driver', None))

        if db.__name__ in ["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2"]:
            db.paramstyle = 'qmark'
            
        # sqlite driver doesn't create datatime objects for timestamp columns unless `detect_types` option is passed.
        # It seems to be supported in sqlite3 and pysqlite2 drivers, not surte about sqlite.
        keywords.setdefault('detect_types', db.PARSE_DECLTYPES)

        self.paramstyle = db.paramstyle
        keywords['database'] = keywords.pop('db')
        self.dbname = "sqlite"        
        DB.__init__(self, db, keywords) 
Example 2
Project: CloudPrint   Author: William-An   File: db.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, **keywords):
        db = import_driver(["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2", "sqlite"], preferred=keywords.pop('driver', None))

        if db.__name__ in ["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2"]:
            db.paramstyle = 'qmark'
            
        # sqlite driver doesn't create datatime objects for timestamp columns unless `detect_types` option is passed.
        # It seems to be supported in sqlite3 and pysqlite2 drivers, not surte about sqlite.
        keywords.setdefault('detect_types', db.PARSE_DECLTYPES)

        self.paramstyle = db.paramstyle
        keywords['database'] = keywords.pop('db')
        keywords['pooling'] = False # sqlite don't allows connections to be shared by threads
        self.dbname = "sqlite"        
        DB.__init__(self, db, keywords) 
Example 3
Project: py-script   Author: xiaoxiamin   File: db.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, **keywords):
        db = import_driver(["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2", "sqlite"], preferred=keywords.pop('driver', None))

        if db.__name__ in ["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2"]:
            db.paramstyle = 'qmark'
            
        # sqlite driver doesn't create datatime objects for timestamp columns unless `detect_types` option is passed.
        # It seems to be supported in sqlite3 and pysqlite2 drivers, not surte about sqlite.
        keywords.setdefault('detect_types', db.PARSE_DECLTYPES)

        self.paramstyle = db.paramstyle
        keywords['database'] = keywords.pop('db')
        keywords['pooling'] = False # sqlite don't allows connections to be shared by threads
        self.dbname = "sqlite"        
        DB.__init__(self, db, keywords) 
Example 4
Project: py-script   Author: xiaoxiamin   File: db.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, **keywords):
        db = import_driver(["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2", "sqlite"], preferred=keywords.pop('driver', None))

        if db.__name__ in ["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2"]:
            db.paramstyle = 'qmark'
            
        # sqlite driver doesn't create datatime objects for timestamp columns unless `detect_types` option is passed.
        # It seems to be supported in sqlite3 and pysqlite2 drivers, not surte about sqlite.
        keywords.setdefault('detect_types', db.PARSE_DECLTYPES)

        self.paramstyle = db.paramstyle
        keywords['database'] = keywords.pop('db')
        keywords['pooling'] = False # sqlite don't allows connections to be shared by threads
        self.dbname = "sqlite"        
        DB.__init__(self, db, keywords) 
Example 5
Project: cosa-nostra   Author: joxeankoret   File: db.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, **keywords):
        db = import_driver(["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2", "sqlite"], preferred=keywords.pop('driver', None))

        if db.__name__ in ["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2"]:
            db.paramstyle = 'qmark'
            
        # sqlite driver doesn't create datatime objects for timestamp columns unless `detect_types` option is passed.
        # It seems to be supported in sqlite3 and pysqlite2 drivers, not surte about sqlite.
        keywords.setdefault('detect_types', db.PARSE_DECLTYPES)

        self.paramstyle = db.paramstyle
        keywords['database'] = keywords.pop('db')
        keywords['pooling'] = False # sqlite don't allows connections to be shared by threads
        self.dbname = "sqlite"        
        DB.__init__(self, db, keywords) 
Example 6
Project: tornadopy   Author: xubigshu   File: basedb.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def __init__(self, **keywords):
        db = import_driver(["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2", "sqlite"], preferred=keywords.pop('driver', None))

        if db.__name__ in ["sqlite3", "pysqlite2.dbapi2"]:
            db.paramstyle = 'qmark'

        # sqlite driver doesn't create datatime objects for timestamp columns unless `detect_types` option is passed.
        # It seems to be supported in sqlite3 and pysqlite2 drivers, not surte about sqlite.
        keywords.setdefault('detect_types', db.PARSE_DECLTYPES)

        self.paramstyle = db.paramstyle
        keywords['database'] = keywords.pop('db')
        keywords['pooling'] = False # sqlite don't allows connections to be shared by threads
        self.dbname = "sqlite"
        DB.__init__(self, db, keywords)