12 Jul 2006 ingvar   » (Master)

Apparently, I've been a bit lax in making known what things are and have so, inadvisedly, caused confusion.

The latest hack is "creek", a client/server workflow thingie back-ending ontyo a MySQL database (changing it from MySQL to something else that is (a) supported by Python and (b) has DictCursors should be fairly simple, I am, as far as I know, staying WELL within the standard SQL syntax).

Main reason why naming it might've slipped my mind is taht I've been doodling on it back and forth for the last three years (most coding has been done within the last 3 months, with some coding being done late 2003 and early 2004, most notably the reader for the network protocol).

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