[Twisted-Python] Couched 0.1: CouchDB twisted client

Duncan McGreggor duncan.mcgreggor at gmail.com
Fri Sep 5 00:51:03 MDT 2008

On Tue, Aug 19, 2008 at 6:59 AM, Henrik Thostrup Jensen
<thostrup at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
> I've written a small python/twisted client library for CouchDB.
> It's mostly a toy, but it can be fetched from here:
> http://www.cs.aau.dk/~htj/code/couched-0.1.tar.gz if anyone is interested.
> License: MIT
> I'm aware of paisley  (https://launchpad.net/paisley),
> The main difference from paisley is that the connection and database
> abstraction are separated.
> Also couched does connection caching and uses web2 instead of web.
> Currently paisley is more feature rich, but couched has slightly nicer error
> handling.

Hey Henrik,

Thanks for sharing!

I would, however, encourage you to create a Paisley branch in
Launchpad and improve the error handling and connection abstraction
there. This would make it much easier for us to merge your changes
into Paisley.

At the very least, you may want to register your project with
Launchpad and associate it with the tx project group, so people can
find it easily (the tx project group, or "super project" is for
Twisted community code).

Also, are you aware that web2 features are being slowly ported to web,
and that twisted.web will continue to be the official web library?

Thanks again!


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