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Model based ORM in RAM

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ramorm [Alpha]

Model based ORM in RAM. Made for performance. Please do not store critical data (yet)



pip install ramorm


from ramorm import orm, model

db = orm.Orm('my_test_database') 

class Vehicle(model.Model):
    name = model.TextField()
    wheels = model.IntegerField(default=4)
    max_speed = model.IntegerField(default=100)

sports_car = Vehicle(name='Aventador', max_speed=230)
print(,sports_car.wheels, sports_car.max_speed)
>> 'Aventador' 4 230

bicycle = Vehicle(name='Bicycle', wheels=2, max_speed=50)
print(bicycle.wheels, bicycle.max_speed)
>> 'Bicycle' 2 50

Add your model based objects to database using push function, you can pass one or multiple objects at once

db.push(sports_car, bicycle)

Retrieving single objects from database is possible using get function

print(db.get(Vehicle, wheels=4).name)
>> 'Aventador'

print(db.get(Vehicle, name='Bicycle').max_speed
>> 50

For filtering numerical parameters you can use __gt (greater), __gte (greater or equal), __lt (lower), __lte(lower or equal)

print(db.get(Vehicle, max_speed__gt=70).name)
>> 'Aventador'

For retrieving multiple objects at once use filter

for vehicle in db.filter(Vehicle, max_speed__gte=10):
    print(, vehicle.wheels, vehicle.max_speed)
>>  'Aventador' 4 230
>>  'Bicycle' 2 50

For deleting objects from db use delete function. Returns True if changes were made to database

db.delete(Vehicle, name='Bicycle')
>> True
db.delete(Vehicle, name='Starship')
>> False

If you want completely delete all data in your database use drop .Returns array of objects in db (empty)

>> []

Coming soon

  • [ ] Delete objects using .delete()

  • [ ] Order by

  • [ ] Backup to file

  • [x] PyPI package

  • [ ] Integration with postgresql, redis

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