Just open a postgresql configuration file. Your first impression will be “this looks like the dashboard of an ancient boeing 747” and “we’re all going to die”. 500 options and knobs you can twist.
Here's my quickstart on how to get up and running with sqlalchemy migrations under pylons.
how to set up sqlalchemy-migrate for your application.
This explains how to use fixture in the test suite of a simple Address Book application written in Pylons powered by two tables in a SQLite database via SQLAlchemy.
simple way to do unit testing with Pylons
If Joe Gregorio can name his framework Robaccia, I certainly can name my database Basura.
The Sam Ruby's essay on a CouchDb like in Python.