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A search query parser that works in conjunction with haystack

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Converts arbitrarily complicated user entered query strings to a haystack query object.

from haystack_queryparser import ParseSQ
Also provides or_parser and and_parser which can be directly used with a query
parser = ParseSQ()
sq_object = parser.parse(query)
takes a `AND` or `OR` operator to use as default optionally.

Input should be a string.This the query.

Output is a `SQ(haystack.query.SQ)` object.
This can be passed to `SearchQuerySet.filter` and the query will be applied

To run the test you need to be in the django environment.So you can do something like this:
$ python shell
>>> import haystack_queryparser.tests as test
>>> tests.main()
test_operators (modules.haystack_queryparser2.tests.SimpleTest) ... ok
test_parse (modules.haystack_queryparser2.tests.SimpleTest) ... ok
test_parse_with_new_default (modules.haystack_queryparser2.tests.SimpleTest) ... ok

Ran 3 tests in 0.004s


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