Few days ago, the folks at SQLAlchemy pushed some proposed modification to the MySQL Connector/Python dialect. Before this patch, previous report yielded 72 errors and 11 failures. Now we got down to 9 errors, but the failures are still lingering. Is this an improvement? Yes and no, failures should go down, but there are some SQLAlchemy tests I just can't figure out, yet.. clues are welcome!
- mysql.connector rev216: SKIP=1, errors=9, failures=11 (355.707s)
- MySQLdb 1.2.3c1: SKIP=2, errors=8, failures=1 (315.884s)
- oursql 0.9.1: SKIP=1, errors=8, failures=2 (322.318s)
Software used: MacOSX v10.6.2, MySQL v5.1.42 and Python v2.6.1.
Using SQLAlchemy might not be the best way to messure how mature MySQL Connector/Python is, but it sure helps lots.