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    Open Jungo

    Open software persistence model

    Open Jungo is a flexible entity persistence model that makes it easy to create object-centric components with minimal coding. Unlike most current entity frameworks, Jungo does not require developers to structure their code in any particular way or specify database structures. Open Jungo supports most major proprietary and open source databases as well as well as a built-in highly efficient zero-configuration object-oriented database systems. It requires no external dependencies and works with all current .Net and Mono frameworks.

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  • PyConfigExtended - Jarngreipr

    Handles extended but compatible config files

    The common - widely accustomed - configuration file format is mainly section oriented with limits for the application. Namely for the file based "executable-setup' of software components including graphical user interfaces. Alternatives are already available, e.g. ConfigParser and ConfigObj. The main for yet another issue arose from the requirements: 1. to supply an integrated solution of simple configuration files with the internal data representation by PyObjectTrees 2. to supply a facility for the customizable setup of complex software components including graphical interfaces by a 'simple' syntax - applicable for almost anyone. Therefore e.g. following features are introduced: -> path-like section names - representing tree structures with name spaces, e.g. '[a.b.c]' -> introduction of multiple keywords for recursive resolution and replacement during the scan, e.g. for environment, executables, includes, GUI masks, SW components, .. ***UPDATE SOON*** V1.0=Jarngreipr

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  • PyObjectTrees - Megingiard

    Provides path-like addressing of object trees

    The module PyObjectTrees - pyobjtrees - provides path like access with customizable implict creation of tree members. The design is inspired by object management trees for ITU-T standards, but provides a basic layer for any generic data in tree structure. The short example for now is (update is going to follow soon): The call: A=OmAttributesTree() A[key0][key1][key3][key4]='It's me!' creates: A={key0:{key1:{key3:{key4:'It's me!'}}}} The call B=OmAttributesTree() B[key0][[key1a,key1b,ke1c]][key3][key4]='It's one of mine!' creates: B={key0:{ key1a:{key3:{key4:'It's one of mine!'}} key1b:{key3:{key4:'It's one of mine!'}} key1c:{key3:{key4:'It's one of mine!'}} } } Just a few of resulting shortcuts, following data types are supported: constructed: list, dictionary scalars: any Python type including constructred. ***UPDATE SOON*** V1.0 - Megingiard

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