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Project Description

The ODLS client scans local filesystems, looks for changes, and reports them to an ODLS server. The states of files/directories scanned are stored in a local SQLite database.

The \(odls.client\) package mainly provides a script indexer that will be available in some bin/ directory after install (the concrete location will depend on the type of install).

The indexer script is configured by commandline options (try indexer --help) and configuration files. All this is explained in more detail in the package documentation (see below).

This Python implementation of the ODLS client is the successor of the C++ implementation used in the years before.

While \(odls.client\) itself is pure Python, some extensions (notably the SQLite support) require C extensions.


This package is in a really early state!!! Some options do simply not work yet and Windows support is yet completely untested.


The full package documentation can be found at:


\(odls.client\) is currently tested on Linux only.

  • you need Python >= 2.4
  • you need \(pysqlite\) whih in turn might require the SQLite libraries and header files.
  • for full install (including tests etc.) you also need the Python header files and a working C-compiler like \(gcc\).

Installing the Library

Use \(easy_install\) to install the library.

Or download the sources and in the root dir of the extracted package do:

$ python install

You might need superuser permissions to do that.

Installing for Development

After downloading and extracting the sources, in the root dir of the downloaded file tree do:

$ python bootstrap/

which will configure the package for your system. Then, run:

$ ./bin/buildout

which will generate all scripts needed for development in the local bin/ directory.

Running Tests

Afterwards you can run the tests by doing:

$ ./bin/test

Creating Docs

\(odls.client\) comes with some documentation in the docs/ folder. It can be turned into \(Sphinx\) based HTML by running:

$ ./bin/make-docs

The docs then can be found in docs/build/html.

Creating Coverage Reports

We try to keep \(odls.client\) at a 100%-test-covered level. You can do the coverage report by issuing on the command line:

$ ./bin/coverage-detect
$ ./bin/coveragereport

This will create HTML docs of the test coverage of each module. You can find the generated HTML pages in the coveragereport subdir.


0.1 (2010-12-21)

Initial implementation.

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