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a simple orm suport asyncio,fork of aiopeewee

Project description


Asyncio interface for peewee modeled after torpeewee

Feature

  • support mysql and postgresql
  • database factory using database URL
  • use peewee’s fields
  • ManyToManyField support
  • Shortcuts support
  • csv dump /load support
  • can use playhose.postgres_ext.JSONField

Install

  • python -m pip install aioorm

Example: GRUD

from aioorm import AioModel, AioMySQLDatabase
from peewee import CharField, TextField, DateTimeField
from peewee import ForeignKeyField, PrimaryKeyField


db = AioMySQLDatabase('test', host='127.0.0.1', port=3306,
                     user='root', password='')


class User(AioModel):
    username = CharField()

    class Meta:
        database = db


class Blog(AioModel):
    user = ForeignKeyField(User)
    title = CharField(max_length=25)
    content = TextField(default='')
    pub_date = DateTimeField(null=True)
    pk = PrimaryKeyField()

    class Meta:
        database = db


# create connection pool
await db.connect(loop)

# count
await User.select().count()

# async iteration on select query
async for user in User.select():
    print(user)

# fetch all records as a list from a query in one pass
users = await User.select()

# insert
user = await User.create(username='kszucs')

# modify
user.username = 'krisztian'
await user.save()

# async iteration on blog set
[b.title async for b in user.blog_set.order_by(Blog.title)]

# close connection pool
await db.close()

# see more in the tests

Example: Many to many

Note that AioManyToManyField must be used instead of ManyToMany.

from aioorm import AioManyToManyField


class User(AioModel):
    username = CharField(unique=True)

    class Meta:
        database = db


class Note(AioModel):
    text = TextField()
    users = AioManyToManyField(User)

    class Meta:
        database = db


NoteUserThrough = Note.users.get_through_model()


async for user in note.users:
    # do something with the users

Currently the only limitation I’m aware of immidiate setting of instance relation must be replaced with a method call:

# original, which is not supported
charlie.notes = [n2, n3]

# use instead
await charlie.notes.set([n2, n3])

Serializing

Converting to dict requires the asyncified version of model_to_dict

from aioorm import model_to_dict

serialized = await model_to_dict(user)

Dump to csv

tables can be dump to a csv file.

from aioorm.utils import aiodump_csv
query = User.select().order_by(User_csv.id)
await aiodump_csv(query,str(filepath))

TODO

  • async dataset support
  • more test

Limitations

  • untested transactions
  • only support mysql and postgresql

Bug fix

  • fixed get and get_or_create ‘s bug

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