anykeystore 0.2

A key-value store supporting multiple backends
anykeystore is a generic interface wrapping multiple different backends to provide a consistent key-value storage API. This library is intended to be used by other libraries that require some form of generic storage.

Usage

from anykeystore import create_store

store = create_store('sqla', url='postgres+psycopg2://bob@localhost/mydb')

settings = {
 'mystore.store': 'sqla',
 'mystore.url': 'mysql://bob@localhost/mydb',
}
store = create_store_from_settings(settings, prefix='mystore.')


Supported Backends

- memory

- sqlalchemy

- requires: sqlalchemy

- mongodb

- requires: pymongo

- redis

- requires: redis-py

- memcached

- requires: python-memcached, or python3-memcached

last updated on:
March 18th, 2012, 9:45 GMT
price:
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developed by:
Michael Merickel
homepage:
pypi.python.org
license type:
MIT/X Consortium License 
category:
ROOT \ Database \ Database APIs

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