Package: Core

The core package provides an extensive collection of utilities and base classes from which to build any project. Think of it like your stdlib away from the stdlib.

core (namespace package) core.lib (independent) core.localhost (independent?) core.base core.modeling (needs core.base) core.systems (needs core.modeling) core.clients (needs core.modeling)


init.py util.py (small bits + pulls in _util/*.py) _util/ init.py decorators.py descriptors.py ...


  1. platform dependent init.py access.py localhost.py logging.py maintenance/ init.py ... (placed here by other packages) scripts/ run_maintenance


init.py component.py collection.py resource.py


  1. abstract models init.py clients/ init.py ... data/ init.py ... systems/ init.py ...


  • access
  • backups and recovery
  • OPB
  • management (UI with plugins from other systems)
  • jobs
  • logging
  • data warehouse
  • host configuration

external_client.py common.py master/ init.py ... management.py (plugin)


  • network
  • app
  • (service)
  • OS
  • etc.

put it together

core/ init.py _maintenance/ _model/ _util/ collection.py component.py localhost.py maintenance.py syste util.py [clients...] [systems...]

core.plugins/ localhost/ maintenance/

some_package/ init.py _sitecustomize.py


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