Psycopg2 support for the Spans library
PsycopSpans work by wrapping psycopg2’s connect() function and set the connection up for handling Spans’ range types.
from psycospans import connect conn = connect("dbname=test") cur = conn.cursor() test_range = intrange(1, 10) cur.execute("SELECT int4range(5, NULL), %s", (test_range,)) other_range, test_range_cmp = cur.fetchone() test_range == test_range_cmp # True other_range == intrange(5) # True
Psycospans will only work with PostgreSQL 9.2 or later.
Psycospans exists on PyPI. Note that you must install psycopg2 manually. This is because you may use either psycopg2 or psycopg2-binary.
pip install psycospans psycopg2-binary
For full doumentation please run pydoc psycospans from a shell.
Released on 9th October 2018
Moved unit tests out of package
Removed explicit dependency on psycopg2 since one may want to use psycopg2-binary
Removed Python 3.3 support. Requires 2.7 or 3.4 or greater
Removed Tox usage for development
Use pytest to run test suite
Released on 23rd August 2018
Fixed compatibility issue with Psycopg >= 2.5
Improved Python 3 compatibility
Released on 12th June 2014
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