Python interface for MySQL connections
Python interface for MySQL connections.
These instructions will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes. See deployment for notes on how to deploy the project on a live system.
The latest versions of Mac OS, CentOS, Fedora, Redhat Enterprise (RHEL) and Ubuntu come with Python 2.7 out of the box.
$ command -v python
If Python is not installed you can follow the next instructions.
Setuptools & Pip
The two most crucial third-party Python packages are setuptools and pip.
Python 2.7.9 and later (on the python2 series), and Python 3.4 and later include pip by default.
To see if pip is installed, open a command prompt and run
$ command -v pip
To install pip, follow the official pip installation guide (this will automatically install the latest version of setuptools).
Just use ´pip´ to install
pip install mySQLace
Or to upgrade
pip install --upgrade mySQLace
If your server allows it you can install mySQLace the same way it was explained above.
If not you can just download this project into your server alongside your project and import the package like
from mySQLace import mySQLace
Running a simple file just containing the import statement must output no errors.
Third-party software components have their own licenses inside each pacakge.
Except where otherwise noted, this project is licensed under the GPL License - see the LICENSE file for details.
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