I'm interested in using Avro + Python. That would sound useful, any chance
I could have a play with what you've done?
On Sun, Jun 2, 2013 at 10:28 PM, Tal Levy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I recently started using Avro at my work and we found it difficult to keep
> track of what python dict matched to what schema. Instead of having
> random dicts being populated and then attempted to be serialized to avro, I
> it would be more readable and less error prone to codegen the python dict
> for developers. These classes are type checked field by field. Although it
> does not
> have the advantage of compiled type checking like in the java codegen, it
> is a
> friendly wrapper around python dicts representing avro records to be
> let me know what you think about this, I am still tweaking how it behaves.
> I understand it is a bit unpythonic to enforce types in this way, but the
> is worth it nonetheless.
> here is an example record:
> I extended the avro compiler/tools to provide both java and python codegen
> so if this sounds like something others would use, maybe it makes sense to
> include it
> into the main repo.