coopy is a simple, transparent, non-intrusive persistence library for python language. It's released under BSD License
- Simple - you don't have to learn an API. You can use it with just one line of code.
- Transparent - you don't need to call any API functions, just your Object methods.
- Non-Intrusive - no inheritance, no interface.. only pure-python-business code.
It is based on the techniques of system snapshotting and transaction journalling. In the prevalent model, the object data is kept in memory in native object format, rather than being marshalled to an RDBMS or other data storage system. A snapshot of data is regularly saved to disk, and in addition to this, all changes are serialised and a log of transactions is also stored on disk.
Current version - 0.4.3beta
coopy is compatible with py2.6, py2.7, py3.2, py3.3 and pypy.
$ pip install coopy
$ git clone https://github.com/felipecruz/coopy.git $ cd coopy $ python setup.py install
Simple, transparent and non-intrusive. Note that
Todo could be any class
that you want to persist state across method calls that modifies it's internal
from coopy.base import init_persistent_system class Todo(object): def __init__(self): self.tasks =  def add_task(self, name, description): task = dict(name=name, description=description) self.tasks.append(task) persistent_todo_list = init_persistent_system(Todo()) persistent_todo_list.add_task("Some Task Name", "A Task Description")
This should not affect end-user code
To get datetime or date objects you need to get from an internal clock. Check How to use Clock
All (~1800) Bus lines from RJ (State), Brazil, each Bus Line with a list of tuples (street, city_name, direction). All in memory. Running since Sep 2012.
System(Domain) Class: https://github.com/loogica/riobus/blob/master/riobus.py
pip install -r requirements.txt
To actually run the tests:
pip install -r requirements.txt
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