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A library of generic tools for ETL work and visualization of JSON blobs and python repositories

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Introduction

Rolling-pin is a library of generic tools for ETL work and visualization of JSON blobs and python repositories

See documentation for details.

On the documentation main page, under the Architecture section, is a dynamically generated dependency graph of rolling-pin's current architecture. It is generated using the RepoETL class.

If you look under the Metrics section you will find Radon code metric plots and data of the rolling-pin source code, generated by the RadonETL class.

Also have a look at this Jupyter notebook demo for a taste of what rolling-pin can do.

Installation

Python

pip install rolling-pin

Docker

  1. Install docker-desktop
  2. docker pull thenewflesh/rolling-pin:latest

Docker For Developers

  1. Install docker-desktop
  2. Ensure docker-desktop has at least 4 GB of memory allocated to it.
  3. git clone git@github.com:theNewFlesh/rolling-pin.git
  4. cd rolling-pin
  5. chmod +x bin/rolling-pin
  6. bin/rolling-pin start

The service should take a few minutes to start up.

Run bin/rolling-pin --help for more help on the command line tool.

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