OB is a event handler library and uses a timestamped JSON file backend to provide persistence. no copyright or LICENSE.
R E A D M E
OB is a object library and uses timestamped, type in filename, JSON stringified, files on filesystem backend. OB has been placed in the Public Domain and contains no copyright or LICENSE.
if you need OB to have access to your local directory use this:
> export PYTHONPATH=”.”
this will add your current directory to the pythonpath so the packages in it can be found by OB.
installation is through pypi:
> sudo pip3 install ob
lastely, you can also run directly from the tarball, see https://pypi.org/project/ob/#files
U S A G E
OB has it’s own CLI, you can run it by giving the ob command on the prompt, it will return with no response:
$ ob $
you can use ob <cmd> to run a command directly:
$ ob cmds cfg|cmd|cor|dne|edt|eml|flt|fnd|krn|log|mbx|tdo|tsk|upt|ver|wd
OB can load user defined modules from a “mods” directory, you can put your modules overthere.
if you run ob as root it will use /var/lib/ob/mods as the modules directory.
M O D U L E S
OB has the following modules:
bus - list of objects clk - clock/repeater csl - console dbs - database err - errors hdl - handler isp - introspect krn - core handler obj - base classes prs - parse spc - specifications tsk - tasks tms - time trc - trace utl - utilities
P R O G R A M M I N G
installing from the github repository is also possible:
> git clone http://github.com/bthate/ob
commands look like this:
def command(event): event.reply("ok")
H A V E F U N
enjoy the coding ! ;]
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