Read and write pickles to a single file
picklejar is a python module that allows you to work with multiple pickles while reading/writing them to a single file/jar.
As of version 3.0.0, picklejar is compatible with the latest versions of Python3, and PyPy3!
The most straightforward way to get the picklejar module working for you is:
pip install picklejar
To run the tests for picklejar locally with your installed version of python, simply run:
To run tests across different versions of Python via Docker, install and start Docker, then run:
All documentation for using picklejar can be found at ReadTheDocs
Building Documentation Locally
To install the packages required and build the Sphinx Documentation simply:
This will install all the requirements to work on picklejar and then build the HTML documentation. To open the docs in your default browser, simply run:
Comments and enhancements are very welcome. To install picklejar for development purposes run:
Code contributions are encouraged: please feel free to fork the project and submit pull requests to the develop branch.
Report any issues or feature requests on the BitBucket bug tracker. Please include a minimal (not-) working example which reproduces the bug and, if appropriate, the traceback information. Please do not request features already being worked towards.
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