PyGoo is an Object-Graph mapper, similar to SQLAlchemy but for graph DBs
PyGoo is an object-mapper for graph databases, such as Neo4j. It achieves the same goal as other object-mappers such as SQLAlchemy, but uses graph databases as its backend. It can also work as standalone mode, where there is no synchronization with an underlying database but all the data is kept in memory.
Note: at the moment there is still no backend available, only in-memory graphs are allowed
Release date: 25-May-2011
- Fixed a few more small bugs
Release date: 22-Jan-2011
- Fixed a few bugs, should now allow to run Smewt 0.2.
Release date: 5-Dec-2010
- Fixed NEWS.rst file so that PyPI page doesn’t look like crap.
Release date: 3-Dec-2010
- Fixed previous release which somehow managed to not get the mentioned fixes…
Release date: 1-Dec-2010
- first release that allows to have Smewt working. Still lots of issues to fix (esp. regarding performance), but it works!
Release date: 26-Sep-2010
- first released development version; still not-so-nice codebase, but has the minimum required to run Smewt without apparent bugs
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