A (python) indexer for large collections of json files
A (python) indexer for large collections of json files. In development and probably not good for general use yet.
pip install JsonPydexer
Starting from zero
>>>from JsonPydexer import JsonPydexer >>># initialize with the root directory containing your json files >>>jp = JsonPydexer("test_data/3") >>># index on your keys. provide a list of keynamess. keyname elements can be a string for a >>># field at root level, or a list of strings for nested fields >>>jp.index(["id", "name", ["field_in_root", "field_below"]])
Opening an existing index
>>># initialize with the root directory containing your json files and .jp.pkl >>>jp = JsonPydexer("test_data/3") >>># get all the files that match a search string for non-unique index >>>search_string = "alice" >>>for filename in jp.get_files(["name"], search_string): >>> print(filename) 1.json 3.json >>># get the file matching a search string for a unique index >>>filename = jp.get_file(["id"], "id2") >>>print(filename) 2.json
Added, ~~removed, or modified~~ JSON files? Update the index
>>>jp = JsonPydexer("test_data/3") >>>jp.update()
New files in the directory will be added to the index. Coming soon are: removing files not present in the directory from the index, and checking for modified files in the directory.
As of 0.3.2, the library is not capable of reliably adding new keys to an existing index. Rather, the existing index file (.jp.pkl in the directory you’ve initialized JP in) should be deleted, and JP should be initialized again with the full list of desired keys.
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