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`Doqu` is a lightweight schema/query framework for document databases.
It is not an ORM as it doesn't map existing schemata to Python objects but
instead defines them on a higher layer built upon a schema-less storage
(key/value or document-oriented). You define models as a valuable subset of the
whole database and work with only certain parts of existing entities —  the
parts that you need.

The name "doqu" is a shortcut for *document-query*, the central concept
of the library.


Using pip:

    $ pip install doqu

ArchLinux (AUR):

    $ yaourt python2-doqu


See the `complete documentation`_ for details. If it's not complete enough,
feel free to ask your questions in the `discussion group`_.

.. _complete documentation:
.. _discussion group:


Originally written by Andrey Mikhaylenko since 2009.

See the file AUTHORS for a complete authors list of this application.

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