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Forum: pgloader 2.2.4: reformating input data on-the-fly

Posted by: Dimitri Fontaine
Date: 2007-11-23 17:27
Summary:pgloader 2.2.4: reformating input data on-the-fly
Project:PostgreSQL Loader

New pgloader version allows user provided modules to reformat data input, and provides a mysql timestamp reformating function.

See for yourself how this first pluggable reformating function behaves:
>>> from reformat import mysql
>>> mysql.timestamp(None, '20041120175542')
'2004-11-20 17:11:42'

Now you can use mysqldump -T and pgloader to simply load data into PostgreSQL. Including timestamps!

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