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    From http Sun Aug 24 18:19:24 2003
    From: http (Paul Rubin)
    Date: 24 Aug 2003 09:19:24 -0700
    Subject: large-scale app development in python?
    References: <mailman.1061597346.828.python-list@python.org> <vkelq22nl6mqc1@news.supernews.com> <7xlltkxrcv.fsf@ruckus.brouhaha.com> <87smnsx7y6.fsf@pobox.com> <7xznhzgbuy.fsf@ruckus.brouhaha.com> <87d6evjl6a.fsf@pobox.com>
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    jjl at pobox.com (John J. Lee) writes:
    I think Zope is in the 100 KLOC range within a factor of some small
    integer. A large application these days may mean 10 MLOC or more.
    You're right. But of course, the *reason* we're all worried about
    large programs is that we want to know "how do I solve problem x with
    minimum use of resources", or "given these resources, what problems
    can I solve". We're not trying to write big programs, we're trying to
    solve big problems.
    I'm not sure I agree with that. Programming tasks follow Parkinson's
    law just like anything else: they expand to fill the available
    resources. That's why Microsoft Word now takes hundreds of megabytes
    to install and run, and will keep expanding because more resources
    keep getting thrown at it.

    In more normal situations, infinite resources aren't available, and
    programs reach a kind of stasis where they do about as much as
    possible while staying maintainable. So an organization developing in
    Python instead of Java won't get a smaller program that's cheaper to
    maintain. They'll get a comparably sized program that does more.
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    From dave_at_thuswise_dot_co_dot_uk Wed Aug 27 20:58:45 2003
    From: dave_at_thuswise_dot_co_dot_uk (Dave Haynes)
    Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2003 19:58:45 +0100
    Subject: Python PostgreSQL frontend for Win2K with MinGW32 ?
    Message-ID: <3f4cfee5_2@mk-nntp-1.news.uk.worldonline.com>

    Hi,

    This is just as much a PostgreSQL question as a Python one, but here
    goes...

    I've been trying to port the psycopg interface to a Win2K client
    (server runs FreeBSD). I'm using MinGW32 rather than CygWin, and having
    trouble compiling the libpg library as a DLL.

    I started off with the following:

    configure --with-template=win --without-zlib
    make -C src/interfaces install

    After complaints that I was missing "Makefile.port" I took
    a copy from Makefile.win.

    My Win2K/MSYS/MinGW32 setup doesn't have netinet/in.h, ioctl.h, inet.h,
    or arpa.h, so I removed the #includes to these header files in
    pg_config.h. I sort of assumed that none of these would be needed, and I
    would end up linking to the Windows socket library instead of all the
    Unix stuff. Massive overoptimism replaced by confusion and gloom.

    The dlltool can't find a lot of the socket call targets, fe-connect.c
    and fe-misc.c being the main offenders.

    Can anyone help, please? I know there are some psycopg enthusiasts
    about; I'd be very grateful for some pointers. I'd rather use MinGW32
    than CygWin; I could swap but my understanding was that MinGW has all
    that's required.

    Alternatively, are there any VC++ Studio binaries available? Not that
    I approve of course ;-)

    Cheers,


    Dave
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