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version 1.9.1 on Aug 19th, 2013

pycassa is a python client library for Apache Cassandra with the following features:

  1. Auto-failover single or thread-local connections
  2. Connection pooling
  3. A batch interface
  4. Simplified version of the Thrift interface
  5. A method to map an existing class to a Cassandra column family

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Last updated Aug 19th, 2013

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