On Nov 25, 2005, at 6:13 PM, Dan Williams wrote:
Could you retest the user migration script? It turns out that
doesn't like double-quotes in the INSERT INTO statement. Since all
rest of the stuff in BuildMaster.py uses single quotes in the SQL
statements, I switched that bit of the migration script to use
Also, Postgres evidently uses "True" and "False" (probably
case-insensitive) for fields of type BOOLEAN, so I added a conversion
function for postgres to do that, and converted the %d format
the INSERT INTO statement to %s instead.
These shouldn't affect MySQL at all, but I just want to be sure...
Oops, guess I should have tested it against postgres also. Your new
version works fine with mysql.