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From Aaron Morton <>
Subject Re: python client example
Date Thu, 13 Jan 2011 22:56:08 GMT
Ah, i get it now. The python code generated from running ant gen-thrift-py .

IMHO Start with Pycassa *even* if you want to go your own way later. It solves a lot of problems
for you and will save you time. 


On 14 Jan, 2011,at 11:46 AM, Tyler Hobbs <> wrote:

Right, python-cassandra just provides the raw Thrift API, which is no fun at all.  You should
start out with pycassa.

- Tyler

On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 4:45 PM, Aaron Morton <> wrote:
Sorry, I meant where did you get python-cassandra from on the web.

Can you use Pycassa, even just as a learning experience ? There is a tutorial here


On 14 Jan, 2011,at 11:42 AM, felix gao <> wrote:

this is where it is stored 

On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 2:39 PM, Aaron Morton <> wrote:
Has documentation here

Where does python-cassandra live ? 

On 14 Jan, 2011,at 11:34 AM, felix gao <> wrote:


I just installed python-cassandra 0.6.1 and Thrift 0.5.0 on my machine and I would like
to query against also write into a cassandra server.  I guess i am pretty weak in google-fu,
there isn't any examples for me get started with.  Please help me on how to do this.



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