Python NoSQL Implementation on top of git
“A synonym of Git Storage”
## Wrapped NoSQL Built On Git
GitLarder is a dead-simple flat-file storage mechanism meant for data needing strict version control with few writes. It’s built straight on top of git and works alongside it.
A GitRecordFactory object can be instantiated with a repo path. The path should point to a real git repository, and anything intended to be interacted with using GitLarder should be simple json files in directories (called “models”). Any tree not intended to be pointed at with GitLarder should be shoved into a .gitrecord_ignore file in the top level.
A GitRecord object can be instantiated from a dict, but the more likely usage is to retrieve a class from the GitRecordFactory using get_model. The factory finder methods can then be called on the generated GitRecord subclass without having to explicitly pass in a model name.
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