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Re: [Fwd: [Bug-gnubg] Relational database]

From: Øystein Johansen
Subject: Re: [Fwd: [Bug-gnubg] Relational database]
Date: Thu, 04 Nov 2004 18:35:50 +0100
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Jon Kinsey wrote:
| Øystein Johansen wrote:

|> When I now select from the menu: Analysis->Relational database->test...
|> the program reports "Database test is successful!"
|> However, I do get some problems later on... Maybe I'm missing somehting.
|> (Something like  PYTHON_ROOT or PYTHON_HOME environment variables?)
| I think adding it to the start might be better too, to avoid locally
| installed files causing conflicts.  We may need to add it in the C code
| (to get the correct path), perhaps near PythonInitialize()?

Sounds like a better idea to me as well.

| What was the problem with the relational commands?  You can download a
| utility to look at the sqlite database here:
| http://www.sqlite.org/download.html
| Then something like:
| sqlite data.db
| .dump

I can't remember... I have not tested thoroughly.

| To see the if the database was created successfully.  BTW, have you got
| the latest gnubg.sql and database.py files?

I'm using the ones from the CVS repository.

|> Sure! It's less than 0.5 MB! I'll add it to the next install archive I
|> release.
| Cool, I'll check in the multiple environment code later today/tomorrow.
|  Then I can move on to useful queries and things.

I'm releasing an install archive now. I've put the stuff in a directory
called {pf}/gnubg/relational

The archive it self grew 0.2 Mb. Guess no one complains.

- -Øystein
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