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MySQLdb execute fails with dict argument.
Posted by: mARK no
Date: June 27, 2007 07:29PM

In MySQLdb 1.2.0, execute(sql, {'asdf':'qwer'}) works fine (on other systems here), but in v1.2.1_p2 on my box it fails. This is due to _mysql.escape_dict() returning an empty dict given a dict argument and the default converters.

I have been unable to downgrade to 1.2.0, and building 1.2.2 fails with many missing headers when compiling mysql.c (after fixing its assumption that I'm running a PentiumPro). I am using Ubuntu 7 on an Athlon-64, and Python 2.5. The box where it works has Python 2.4.

Can anyone shed light on this? Is it a know problem, or something peculiar to my installation? Does anyone know of a pre-built 1.2.2 or 1.2.0?


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