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File based MongoDB server with pymongo compatible API.

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Code style: black Commitizen friendly security: bandit


LiteMongo provides a drop-in replacement for pymongo without the need for a MongoDB server. The database is stored on disk, making this an ideal tool for projects that require small MongoDB databases without wanting to go to the effort of installing the official server. This is all made possible by building on top of the wonderful Mongomock library.



Simply run pytest. For more detailed output, including test coverage:

pytest -vv --cov=. --cov-report term-missing


If you would like to contribute to the project:

  • if you're making code contributions, please try and write some tests to accompany your code, and ensure that the tests pass.
  • commit your changes via cz commit. Follow the prompts. When you're done, pre-commit will be invoked to ensure that your contributions and commits follow defined conventions. See pre-commit-config.yaml for more details.
  • your commit messages should follow the conventions described here. Write your commit message in the imperative: "Fix bug" and not "Fixed bug" or "Fixes bug." This convention matches up with commit messages generated by commands like git merge and git revert. Once you are done, please send a merge request.

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