PyORQ (Python Object Relational binding with Queries) implements persistence for Python objects using a relational database (PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite) for storage. PyORQ uses native Python expressions to denote queries which can be automatically translated into SQL and then be executed by the backend. This leverages the search capabilities of a relational database in an object-oriented programming environment.
released on 15 June 2004
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