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mosql 0.11

Build SQL with native Python data structure smoothly.

The full version of this documentation is at mosql.mosky.tw.

MoSQL — More than SQL

It lets you use the common Python data structures to build SQLs. Here are the main features:

  1. Easy-to-learn — Everything is just a plain Python object or SQL keyword.
  2. Flexible — The query it builds fully depends on the structure you provide.
  3. Secure — It prevents the SQL injection from both identifier and value.
  4. Fast — It simply translates the Python data structures into SQLs.

It is just more than SQL.

Some of the modules are deprecated after v0.6, check The Modules Deprecated after v0.6 for more information.

MoSQL is Elegant

Here we have a dictionary which includes the information of a person:

>>> mosky = {
...    'person_id': 'mosky',
...    'name'     : 'Mosky Liu',
... }

And we want to insert it into a table named person. It is easy with mosql.query:

>>> from mosql.query import insert
>>> print(insert('person', mosky))
INSERT INTO "person" ("person_id", "name") VALUES ('mosky', 'Mosky Liu')

Check The Common Queries — mosql.query for detail, or there are examples which interact with real database.

Like it?

It is available on PyPI:

$ sudo pip install mosql

Or clone the source code from GitHub:

$ git clone git://github.com/moskytw/mosql.git
 
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