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logilab-common / db.py

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"""Wrappers to get actually replaceable DBAPI2 compliant modules and
database connection whatever the database and client lib used.

Currently support:

- postgresql (pgdb, psycopg, psycopg2, pyPgSQL)
- mysql (MySQLdb)
- sqlite (pysqlite2, sqlite, sqlite3)

just use the `get_connection` function from this module to get a
wrapped connection.  If multiple drivers for a database are available,
you can control which one you want to use using the
`set_prefered_driver` function.

Additional helpers are also provided for advanced functionalities such
as listing existing users or databases, creating database... Get the
helper for your database using the `get_adv_func_helper` function.
__docformat__ = "restructuredtext en"

from warnings import warn
warn('this module is deprecated, use logilab.database instead',
     DeprecationWarning, stacklevel=1)

from logilab.database import (get_connection, set_prefered_driver,
                        get_dbapi_compliant_module as _gdcm,
                        get_db_helper as _gdh)

def get_dbapi_compliant_module(driver, *args, **kwargs):
    module = _gdcm(driver, *args, **kwargs)
    module.adv_func_helper = _gdh(driver)
    return module