A tiny storage layer.
I wanted one that was small (both in terms of a single file and in actual kloc), tested and could handle multiple data stores. And because it was fun.
bitty supports the usual CRUD methods. For example::
from bitty import * bit = Bitty('sqlite:///home/code/my_database.db') bit.add('people', name='Claris', says='Moof!', age=37) bit.add('people', name='John Doe', says='No comment.', age=37) # Select all. for row in bit.find('people'): print row['name'] bit.close()
tests.py for more usages.
You're responsible for your own schema. bitty does the smallest amount of introspection it can to get by.
bitty is best used in environments like resource-based APIs and when
integrating with other software (like a bigger web framework).
Tastes great when used with itty.
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author: Daniel Lindsley