[Twisted-Python] Twisted ORM

Jamu Kakar jkakar at kakar.ca
Fri Aug 6 15:22:28 EDT 2010

Hi Brian,

On Fri, Aug 6, 2010 at 12:09 PM, bmuller at butterfat.net
<bmuller at butterfat.net> wrote:
> I've just finished creating a basic Object Relational Mapper (ORM) in
> Twisted (http://trac.butterfat.net/public/twistar) called Twistar.  The goal
> of the project is most certainly not to duplicate the full functionality of
> existing Python ORM's, but rather to provide a simple interface to databases
> that obviates the need for writing SQL.
> With the deprecation of twisted.enterprise.row and
> twisted.enterprise.reflection, the only option right now in twisted for
> database interaction (that I know of) is either via straight SQL through
> adbapi or via patches on existing Python ORM's.  The goal behind Twistar is
> to provide basic ORM functionality but completely within the Twisted
> paradigm.
> The code is fully documented (via pydoctor) and the package contains unit
> tests (which can be run by trial).
> Who should I talk to concerning possible inclusion in twisted.enterprise?

This looks quite interesting, thanks for sharing!  It might be worth
considering adding it to the tx project:


tx is a collection of projects that extend Twisted.


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