This is a Python client that talks to the Rewind event sourcing server.
rewind-client exists on PyPi. You can install it by issuing:
$ pip install rewind-client
Do NOTE, however, that this will install the client in global Python space. See documentation on virtualenv below on how to not do this.
rewind-client uses basic
setuptools. Installation can be used done as
$ git clone https://github.com/JensRantil/rewind-client.git $ cd rewind-client $ python setup.py install
However, NOTE that this will install Rewind client globally in your Python environment and is NOT recommended. Please refer to virtualenv on how to create a virtual environment.
Using the client
Getting started developing
rewind-client is quite straightforward. The
setuptools and standard Python project layout for tests
To start developing you need to install the ZeroMQ library on your system beforehand.
This is how you check out the
rewind-client library into a virtual
cd <your development directory> virtualenv --no-site-packages rewind-client cd rewind-client git clone http://<rewind GIT URL> src
Workin' the code
Every time you want to work on
rewind-client you want to change
directory into the source folder and activate the virtual environment
scope (so that you don't touch the global Python environment):
cd src source ../bin/activate
The first time you've checked the project out, you want to initialize development mode:
python setup.py develop
Runnin' them tests
Running the test suite is done by issuing:
python setup.py nosetests
. Nose is configured to automagically spit out test coverage information after the whole test suite has been executed.
As always, try to run the test suite before starting to mess with the code. That way you know nothing was broken beforehand.
The Rewind client central github repository also has Travis CI integration that can be accessed at http://travis-ci.org/#!/JensRantil/rewind-client Every time a pull request is being made to https://github.com/JensRantil/rewind-client, Travis CI will make a commend about whether the pull request breaks the test suite or not.
Spelling mistakes, bad grammar, wire format improvements, test improvements and other feature additions are all welcome. Please issue pull requests or create an issue if you'd like to discuss it on Github.
This package has been developed by Jens Rantil <email@example.com>. You can also reach me through snailmail at:
Jens Rantil Lilla Södergatan 6A 22353 Lund SWEDEN