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H A Dpysqlcipher.pydiff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
diff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
/sqlalchemy/
H A Dsetup.cfgdiff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
diff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
diff d427d064 Thu Jan 31 21:24:29 MST 2019 Parth Shandilya <parth1989shandilya@gmail.com> Remove Nose support

The test system has removed support for Nose, which is unmaintained for
several years and is producing warnings under Python 3. The test suite is
currently standardized on Pytest. Pull request courtesy Parth Shandilya.

Fixes: #4460

Closes: #4476
Pull-request: https://github.com/sqlalchemy/sqlalchemy/pull/4476
Pull-request-sha: e857af9c7d07355e52841149ee2e5d4448409e1e

Change-Id: I76516fae1cf0eb58f2e9fc9f692e591e0fcf39a4
diff d427d064 Thu Jan 31 21:24:29 MST 2019 Parth Shandilya <parth1989shandilya@gmail.com> Remove Nose support

The test system has removed support for Nose, which is unmaintained for
several years and is producing warnings under Python 3. The test suite is
currently standardized on Pytest. Pull request courtesy Parth Shandilya.

Fixes: #4460

Closes: #4476
Pull-request: https://github.com/sqlalchemy/sqlalchemy/pull/4476
Pull-request-sha: e857af9c7d07355e52841149ee2e5d4448409e1e

Change-Id: I76516fae1cf0eb58f2e9fc9f692e591e0fcf39a4
H A Dtox.inidiff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
diff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
/sqlalchemy/lib/sqlalchemy/engine/
H A Dcreate.pydiff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
diff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
H A Dinterfaces.pydiff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
diff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
/sqlalchemy/test/dialect/
H A Dtest_sqlite.pydiff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
diff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
/sqlalchemy/lib/sqlalchemy/testing/
H A Drequirements.pydiff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915
diff 4476dca0 Wed Mar 24 09:33:04 MDT 2021 Mike Bayer <mike_mp@zzzcomputing.com> Repair pysqlcipher and use sqlcipher3

The ``pysqlcipher`` dialect now imports the ``sqlcipher3`` module
for Python 3 by default. Regressions have been repaired such that
the connection routine was not working.

To better support the post-connection steps of the pysqlcipher
dialect, a new hook Dialect.on_connect_url() is added, which
supersedes Dialect.on_connect() and is passed the URL object.
The dialect now pulls the passphrase and other cipher args
from the URL directly without including them in the
"connect" args. This will allow any user-defined extensibility
to connecting to work as it would for other dialects.

The commit also builds upon the extended routines in
sqlite/provisioning.py to better support running tests against
multiple simultaneous SQLite database files. Additionally enables
backend for test_sqlite which was skipping everything
for aiosqlite too, fortunately everything there is passing.

Fixes: #5848
Change-Id: I43f53ebc62298a84a4abe149e1eb699a027b7915

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