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From Paul Bohm <>
Subject Re: Tragedy: A high-level Cassandra Object Abstraction for Python
Date Tue, 13 Apr 2010 19:11:07 GMT
Ok, will add it.

I originally tried to build upon both lazyboy and pycassa, but started
from scratch when the abstraction didn't feel right both times.

The only part of pycassa that I use now is the socket/reconnect code,
which does exactly what's needed for now. I'm however planning to
switch it out soon because I need to integrate with async systems like
telephus (twisted) and tornado within the next few weeks.


On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 11:53 AM, Jonathan Ellis <> wrote:
> You should add it to
> (click Login to edit).
> Does it use pycassa under the hood, out of curiosity?
> On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 1:50 PM, Paul Bohm <> wrote:
>> Hey everyone,
>> I've lately been working on Tragedy, a (yet another) Cassandra object
>> abstraction for Python. While there clearly is no shortage of high
>> quality Python Cassandra libraries out there already, Tragedy has a
>> different enough design that you might still find it useful.
>> The README contains an overview and a walkthrough of a full
>> Twitter-like example, so check it out. I'm continuing to work on new
>> features, but the code is already being used for a real project and I
>> have plans to continue development and maintain it for quite a bit
>> longer.
>> You can find Documentation, Source, and the full Twitterish-Example here:
>> Paul

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