• dominik

    ...on Twitter OMZ said, probably early 2019 together with Pythonista...but he is not 100% sure.

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  • dominik

    Thank you very much! I will have a look at that!

    For the time being, I figured a kind of a workaround for my purposes in pythonista (& editorial), using paramiko and this simple script of omz:
    https://gist.github.com/omz/9cc60b13658b565b34cc
    ...plus a shell script.

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  • dominik

    Current situation looks as follows:

    import sqlalchemy.dialects.mysql.pymysql as mariadb

    conn = mariadb.MySQLDialect_pymysql.connect(host= 'myhost', user = 'myuser', passwd='', db='mydb', port = 3307)

    Error Message: TypeError: connect() missing 1 required positional argument: 'self'

    ...guess, I will have to dig deeper into the dot notation specifics.

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  • dominik

    Thanks a lot for your feedback! I will try and let you know about the results!

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  • dominik

    ...you go to Python Modules > Standard Library (3.6) > ...and then search! You can even select the mysql folder as a favorite, but no chance to copy or move it anywhere else.

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  • dominik

    Hi,
    Pythonista provides a msql folder in the Python Modules area. But unfortunately using „import mysqldb“ fails! I get the message: No Module named mysqldb.
    I would be glad about any hint! Thanks in advance!

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