pycassa 1.11.0 Documentation
pycassa is a Thrift-based Python client for
pycassa does not support CQL or Cassandra’s native protocol, which are a
replacement for the Thrift interface that pycassa is based on. If you are
starting a new project, it is highly recommended that you use the newer
DataStax python driver instead
pycassa is open source under the MIT license.
The source code repository for pycassa can be found on Github.
- How to install pycassa.
- A short overview of pycassa usage.
- API Documentation
- The pycassa API documentation.
- Assorted Functionality
- How to work with various Cassandra and pycassa features.
- Using pycassa with Other Tools
- How to use pycassa with other projects, including eventlet and Celery.
- The changelog for every version of pycassa.
- Notes for developing pycassa itself.
Bugs and feature requests for pycassa are currently tracked through the github issue tracker.
You are encouraged to offer any contributions or ideas you have.
Contributing to the documentation or examples, reporting bugs, requesting
features, and (of course) improving the code are all equally welcome.
To contribute, fork the project on
github and make a
About This Documentation
This documentation is generated using the Sphinx documentation generator. The source files
for the documentation are located in the doc/ directory of
pycassa. To generate the documentation, run the
following command from the root directory of pycassa: