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Browse python objects as if they were files on disk

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A fresh way to interact with your python objects as though they were files on your filesystem.

Installation

As easy as:

  1. Install MongoDB

    Ubuntu:

sudo apt install mongodb
  1. Install pyos:
pip install pyos
  1. Jump in to the shell:
> ipython

In [1]: from pyos.pyos import *
In [2]: ls()

From here you can save() objects, use familiar linux commands (ls(), mv(), find(), etc) and a whole lot more. Head over to the documentation to find out how.

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