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AnyBlok Multi Engines
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AnyBlok Multi Engines is released under the terms of the Mozilla Public License.
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Information about the AnyBlok Multi Engines project.
AnyBlok is hosted on github - the main project page is at https://github.com/AnyBlok/AnyBlok_Multi_Engines. Source code is tracked here using GIT.
Releases and project status are available on Pypi at http://pypi.python.org/pypi/anyblok_multi_engines.
The most recent published version of this documentation should be at http://doc.anyblok-multi-engines.anyblok.org.
AnyBlok multi engines is currently in beta status and is expected to be fairly stable. Users should take care to report bugs and missing features on an as-needed basis. It should be expected that the development version may be required for proper implementation of recently repaired issues in between releases;
Install released versions of AnyBlok from the Python package index with pip or a similar tool:
pip install anyblok_multi_engines
Installation via source distribution is via the setup.py script:
python setup.py install
Run the test with nose:
pip install nose nosetests anyblok_multi_engines/tests
AnyBlok works with Python 3.3 and later. The install process will ensure that AnyBlok, in addition to other dependencies. The latest version of them is strongly recommended.
Bugs and feature enhancements to AnyBlok should be reported on the Issue tracker.
[REF] add session event from AnyBlok 0.12.0
[FIX] use a better way to install blok wich inherit Query or Session
[IMP] PLugin Registry and get_url for master(s) / slave(s) engines
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