Am 4. September 2007, 16:17:27 Uhr schrieb Jim Fulton:
> I would very much like to see an open indexing+querying framework for
> Python objects. I'm thinking of something *like* an SQL engine that
> allowed one to plug in relation and index implementations and that
> took queries in some form, optimized them and executing them using
> the given index and relations.
We plan to realize three things important to us:
- We don't want indexing on application-level (e.g. application-specific)
- We want ad-hoc queries
- We don't want to rely on transforming the data into a relational model
My tutor is Christian Theune here at gocept.
My ZODB experience is quite low, I'm just getting started. Bear with any
questions I come up, please.
The thesis will be written in my native language german, but we plan to
translate it afterwards in english.
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