Mother is a python module that hides SQL syntax and gives you a set of intelligent classes and methods. With intelligent we mean the capability of self-adaption, understanding various situations. Mother could be considered as a Object Relational Mapper with a strong introspection. In fact, configuration files, tables, fields and keys declarations are not needed, because Mother knows the database structure herself. Mother works with PostgreSQL and SQlite.
released on 8 March 2008
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