a language aimed at managing simple items
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ssidql (SSIDQL: Simple Item Definition and Query Language) is a language aimed at managing simple items. These items can be defined, combined, removed and changed.
ssidql can be used both as a command line tool and as a Python module. It requires Python 3.1+.
ssidql is part of the roptoligs project (but can be used independently of other roptoligs modules). See the roptoligs wiki at http://roptoligs.metanohi.org/ for details.
ssidql is free software under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License version 3 (or any later version). This is version 0.1.0 of the program.
To install ssidql, run:
python3 setup.py install
You must be a superuser to do this.
When you have installed ssidql, run:
to see how to interact with ssidql via the command-line.
When ssidql has been installed, it can be used just like any other Python module. To see which parts of the module are useful, and to see how those parts function, run:
ssidql can be imported with a simple import statement.
ssidql uses Git for code management. To get the latest branch, clone it from gitorious.org like this:
$ git clone git://gitorious.org/ssidql/ssidql.git
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