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planningalerts morph.io data layer Python client package

Project Description

Aims to provide a simple, standardised perisistance layer for PlanningAlerts records.

Mainly intended to use when writing PlanningAlerts scrapers on morph.io. Morph python environments already have nice libraries, like scraperwiki installed, but those don’t enforce the data requirements expected by PlanningAlerts. This library attempts to do so.

Installation

From source

python setup.py install

pip

pip install morph_planningalerts

Usage

from morph_planningalerts import DevelopmentApplication, MorphDatabase

# Make sure the database file exists. If it does, this won't do anything.
MorphDatabase.init()

# Time passes... data is scraped...
new_record = DevelopmentApplication.create(
    council_reference='M123/456',
    address='64 Zoo Lane',
    description='this is the least info needed to prevent explosions',
    info_url='http://detail_page_about_application',
    comment_url='http://some_feedback_url'
)

# Or, if you only want to insert new records:
record, was_created = DevelopmentApplication.create_or_get(
    council_reference=...
)

For more examples, check out the docs on querying with the Peewee ORM.

Source code

You can get the code here:

https://bitbucket.org/otherchirps/morph_planningalerts

Testing

tox is being used to run the tests across python 2.7 & 3.x.

To bootstrap your test environment, the easiest way is you use the pip requirements file:

pip install -r requirements.txt

Then you can simply run:

tox
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1.0.0

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