I have just released version 0.3.6 of Gerald. Gerald is a general purpose database schema toolkit written in Python.
This release was at the request of the sqlpython project and contains only one change. A new convenience method connect has been added to the Schema class. This enables a schema to be initiated and then later have a database connection associated with it. Because this changes the public API of gerald I’ve released this under a new version number.
Development, bug and issue tracking and the project wiki are available on the project Trac site. Source code and distribution files are available at the sourceforge page.
The next release will be 0.4. Exactly what will make up that release is still evolving, although it is likely to feature SQL Server support as I have just started a new job and all of the systems there use it. To see what else is in the release and to track progress take a look at the version 0.4 roadmap.
Dear lazyweb, I unsubscribed from the distutils-sig mailing list a while back and consequently I’m not up to date with the latest to-ings and fro-ings. But, I have a problem. As reported by someone today Gerald eggs won’t install on Windows.
Everything is fine on my Ubuntu virtual machine, but on my shiny new work laptop I have Python 2.6 and today I downloaded and installed setuptools version 06.c11. When I try and install Gerald I get an error complaining about a lack of a setup.py file;
(TEST) C:WorkvirtualenvsTEST>easy_install gerald
Searching for gerald
Best match: gerald 0.3.5
error: Couldn't find a setup script in c:docume~1andy~1.todlocals~1tempeasy_install-woqly0download
The only thing that I can find different is that my Ubuntu virtual machine is running version 0.6c9 of setuptools. Has the function changed between two release candidates?
Needless to say this means that Gerald won’t install under Windows using easy_install until I figure this out. All help and suggestions warmly received.