SQLObject

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SQLObject
Original author(s) Ian Bicking
Developer(s) Oleg Broytman
Initial release October 2002; 12 years ago (2002-10)[1]
Stable release 2.1.2 / March 15, 2015; 33 days ago (2015-03-15)
Preview release 3.0.0a1 / March 27, 2015; 21 days ago (2015-03-27)
Development status Active
Written in Python
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Object-relational mapping
License LGPL
Website sqlobject.org

SQLObject is a Python object-relational mapper between a SQL database and Python objects. It is experiencing community popularity, and forms a part of many applications (e.g., TurboGears). It is very similar to Ruby on Rails' ActiveRecord in operation in that it uses class definitions to form table schemas, and utilitises the language's reflection and dynamism to be useful.

SQLObject supports a number of common database backends: included in the distribution are MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Sybase SQL Server, MaxDB, Microsoft SQL Server and Firebird.

The first version of SQLObject was publicly released in October 2002.[1]

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  1. ^ a b Bicking, Ian (October 21, 2002). "[ANN] SQLObject 0.1". SQLObject. Retrieved March 29, 2011. 

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