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Python implementation of Pairtree for storing objects in a filesystem hierarchy that maps object identifiers to two character directory paths

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# pypairtree [![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/unt-libraries/pypairtree.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/unt-libraries/pypairtree)

pypairtree is a Python implementation of Pairtree for storing objects in a filesystem hierarchy that maps object identifiers to two character directory paths (http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-kunze-pairtree-01).

## License

See LICENSE.txt.

## Acknowledgements

pypairtree was developed at the UNT Libraries and has been worked on by a number of developers over the years including

If you have questions about the project feel free to contact Mark Phillips at mark.phillips@unt.edu.

## Installation

Install with: `sh $ python setup.py install `

## Tests

Unit tests are provided. To run them via Tox, ensure you are in the pypairtree directory with the tox.ini file and execute:

`sh $ tox `

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