PyGreSQL - Python interface for PostgreSQL

PyGreSQL is a Python module that interfaces to a PostgreSQL database. It embeds the PostgreSQL query library to allow easy use of the powerful PostgreSQL features from a Python script.

PyGreSQL should run on most platforms where PostgreSQL and Python is running. It is based on the PyGres95 code written by Pascal Andre. D'Arcy (darcy@druid.net) renamed it to PyGreSQL starting with version 2.0 and serves as the "BDFL" of PyGreSQL. Starting with version 5.0, PyGreSQL also supports Python 3.

Installation

The simplest way to install PyGreSQL is to type::

$ pip install PyGreSQL

For other ways of installing PyGreSQL and requirements, see the documentation.

Documentation

The documentation is available at pygresql.org <https://pygresql.org/>_.

At mirror of the documentation can be found at pygresql.readthedocs.io <https://pygresql.readthedocs.io/>_.

Pygresql

The official PyGreSQL repository

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