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timestamped JSON objects

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OBJ is a package that provides an object class that can save/load objects in JSON format to disk, thus providing persistence to objects. Files are saved with a timestamp in their filename, so that searching in a time related manner becomes possible. Modules are provided to query saved objects as well as to run objects with a thread to manage their state. The directory that is used to save the objects is configurable in the obj package, use cfg.workdir.

A obj program is provided to manage the objects on disk and allow for simple queries.

OBJ has a “no-clause MIT license” that should be the most liberal license you can get at the year 2018.


The following modules are provided:

obj - object class to save/load json files.
obj.collection - collection of objects
obj.construct - construct a object into it’s type.
obj.core - core module to stash runtime objects..
obj.db - access saved json files.
obj.handler - event handler based on queue.Queue.
obj.loader - load modules.
obj.log - log module to set standard format of logging. - shell related functionality.
obj.thr - threading module.
obj.time - timed helper functions.
obj.trace - stack trace helper functions.
obj.url - functions that fetch data from url.

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