Have the Connection parameters in v0.3B changed?

Asked by venura


Ive downloaded the new v0.3B and it appears the connection parameters have changed and am not sure how I should be using the new library.
when connecting:
 con = PySQLPool.getNewConnection(host = 'host', username='user', password='pwd', schema='test', commitOnEnd =False)
I get a string and int concatenation error. I believe that this might be a bug (but am not sure am using it correctly) I changed the source on PySQLConnection line 52 to hashStr += str(self.info[key]) which was a simple fix.After that it got a bit more complicated. I then started getting another error
TypeError: 'username' is an invalid keyword argument for this function. Debugging through it it appears that this error has something to do with unknown para being passed to MySQLdb.connect() method.


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Nikoleta Verbeck (nerdynick) said :

I added support for legacy connection strings but it looks like in the process some things broke down the line. I have created 2 bug reports to work on resolving these issues and will work on getting patches out ASAP. I will also get your change to the hashStr line in as part of the solution for the 1st bug.

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Nikoleta Verbeck (nerdynick) said :

I think I have fixed the bugs you reported and have committed them to SVN. I will be running a few test on these changes to make sure they do work but if your willing to do a check out and test that will help greatly.

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