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pypm install cloudyqueue

How to install cloudyqueue

  1. Download and install ActivePython
  2. Open Command Prompt
  3. Type pypm install cloudyqueue
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version 0.0.0 on Jul 10th, 2013

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Right now cloud file access in Python is about where database access was in the mid 90's. Each database wrapper author has their very own nomenclature, sets of commands for doing things that are basically the same - creating cursors, executing commands and reading rows.

cloudyqueue seeks to do for cloud file providers what the Python Database API does for database access. Cloud file style servces like Rackspace's cloud files and Amazon's S3 really are nothing more than dictionaries that map fixed strings to

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Last updated Jul 10th, 2013

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