1. jek
  2. sqlalchemy


SQLAlchemy ++++++++++ The Python SQL Toolkit and Object Relational Mapper Requirements ------------ SQLAlchemy requires Python 2.4 or higher. One or more DB-API implementations are also required for database access. See docs/intro.html for more information on supported DB-API implementations. Python 3 Compatibility ---------------------- Please see README.py3k for Python 3 installation and testing instructions. Installation Tools ------------------ Installation is supported with standard Python distutils, as well as with setuptools or Distribute. Distribute is recommended. Distribute can be installed using the provided "distribute_setup.py" script. The original setuptools may be installed using the "ez_setup.py" script if preferred, or simply do nothing and distutils will be used. Installing ---------- To install:: python setup.py install To use without installation, include the ``lib`` directory in your Python path. Installing the C extension -------------------------- If installing with Setuptools or Distribute, the C extensions are built and installed using the --with-cextensions flag: python setup.py --with-cextensions install If using plain Distutils, change the BUILD_CEXTENSIONS flag in setup.py to "True". Running Tests ------------- Please see README.unittests for full instructions on running unit tests. Package Contents ---------------- doc/ HTML documentation, including tutorials and API reference. Point a browser to the "index.html" to start. examples/ Fully commented and executable implementations for a variety of tasks. lib/ SQLAlchemy. test/ Unit tests for SQLAlchemy. Help ---- Mailing lists, wiki, and more are available on-line at http://www.sqlalchemy.org. License ------- SQLAlchemy is distributed under the `MIT license <http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php>`_.