An efficient IP address storage and lookup module for Python.
Pytricia is a Python module to store IP prefixes in a patricia tree. It’s based on Dave Plonka’s modified patricia tree code, and has three things to recommend it over related modules (including py-radix and SubnetTree):
- it’s faster,
- it works nicely in Python 3, and
- there are a few nicer library features for manipulating the structure.
See the github repo for documentation and some performance numbers: <https://github.com/jsommers/pytricia>.
Pytricia is released under terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License, version 3.
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