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Mercurial Python asynchronous library

Project description

aiohglib

The aiohglib is an asynchronous variant of hglib, which is library with a fast, convenient interface to Mercurial. It uses Mercurial's command server for communication with hg.

The code itself takes advantage of asyncio library and async/await syntax.

Another difference against standard hglib is suport for timezones and changesets details like p1, p2 and extras.

Basic usage

import asyncio
import aiohglib

async def main():
    async with aiohglib.open(path) as client:
        log = await client.log(revrange="tip")
        print(log)

# Depending on your Python version you need to run one of those:

# Python 3.7 or newer
asyncio.run(main())

# Python 3.6
loop = asyncio.get_event_loop()
loop.run_until_complete(main())
loop.close()

# Python 3.6 on Windows
loop = asyncio.ProactorEventLoop()
loop.run_until_complete(main())
loop.close()

Dependencies

Changelog

1.4

  • Fixed await syntax in client.py
  • Fixed redundant __bool__ in util.py
  • Optional detection of encoding for changeset's author and description via chardet module
  • Optional safe_template is now not used by default

Licence

MIT

Contact

Michal Šiška michal.515k4@gmail.com

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