Ape, the Adaptable Persistence Engine, adapts Python objects to storage on the filesystem, in relational databases, or practically anywhere else. It combines the advantages of transparent object persistence with arbitrary databases and formats. It is especially designed to work with ZODB, but can work independently of both Zope and ZODB.
Ape comes with two default mapper configurations, a Zope2-filesystem mapper and a Zope2-SQL mapper. These mappings demonstrate Ape and provide the pattern for creating your own mapper configuration. The SQL mapper can connect to PostgreSQL or a transactions-enabled version of MySQL.
Ape version 1.0 is a stable release.
Released Apr 04, 2005
Ape version 1.0 is a stable release. There is enough documentation to get started, including a short step-by-step guide to mounting a filesystem path in Zope. Zope 2.7 is required.
More about this release…
- Get APE for all platforms
- Product Package
- If you are using Plone 3.2 or higher, you probably want to install this product with buildout. See our tutorial on installing add-on products with buildout for more information.
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