On 06/09/2011 09:13 AM, Severin Gehwolf wrote:
As far as I can tell _quoteparams is a python function of the
python driver. Concluding from its name, this was never meant to be used
outside the driver itself. Now, there is an updated pg Python driver
part of F15 and this improper API usage is causing the problem.
I tend to read the single leading underscore as "use at your own risk"
and double leading underscore as "no, really. don't use this." The
double leading underscore is the standard for private names within
The question is:
Is there a way to provide debug output/logging without using pg driver
Short of writing a separate quoting function, you could do something
less optimal, like:
1) operation % parameters
2) "%r %r" % (operation,parameters)
The first doesn't quote, but does put the parameters in place. It might
make some string-heavy commands hard to read. The second loses no data,
but does not insert the parameters in place, which will be hard to read.
I'll be patching koji to do one of these shortly, unless I go crazy and
write my own quoting function.