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Asynchronous Python 3.3+ driver for MongoDB <http://www.mongodb.org>

Project description

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Asyncio Mongo
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:Info: See `the mongo site <http://www.mongodb.org>`_ for more information. See `Bitbucket <http://bitbucket.org/mrdon/asyncio-mongo>`_ for the latest source.
:Author: Don Brown<mrdon@twdata.org>

About
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An asynchronous Python driver for the Mongo database, based on Python's asyncio.
This project is based on `TxMongo <https://github.com/fiorix/mongo-async-python-driver>`_

This project is still in the very early alpha stage and shouldn't be used for production.

Docs and examples
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There are some examples in the *examples/* directory.

Features
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- Works for the asyncio (PEP3156) event loop
- No dependencies
- Connection pooling

Missing
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- GridFS support

Credits
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Thanks to (in no particular order):

- Alexandre Fiori (fiorix)

- The author of TxMongo

- Mike Dirolf (mdirolf)

- The author of original ``pymongo`` package.

- Jonathan Slenders (jonathanslenders)

- The author of asyncio_redis, from which the connection and pooling code come.

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