Cubes 0.8 Released
Another minor release of Cubes - Light Weight Python OLAP framework is out. Main change is that backend is no longer hard-wired in the Slicer server and can be selected through configuration file.
The news, changes and fixes are:
- Started writing StarBrowser - another SQL aggregation browser with different approach (see code/docs)
- added configuration option
[server]to load additional modules
- added ability to specify backend module
- backend configuration is in [backend] by default, for SQL it stays in [db]
- added server config option for default
prettyprintvalue (useful for demontration purposes)
- Changed license to MIT + small addition. Please refer to the LICENSE file.
- Updated documentation - added missing parts, made reference more readable, moved class and function reference docs from descriptive part to reference (API) part.
- added backend documentation
- Added "Hello World!" example
- removed default SQL backend from the server
- moved worskpace creation into the backend module
- Fixed create_view to handle not materialized properly (thanks to deytao)
- Slicer tool header now contains #!/usr/bin/env python
- github sources: https://github.com/Stiivi/cubes
- Documentation: http://packages.python.org/cubes/
- Mailing List: http://groups.google.com/group/cubes-discuss
- Submit issues here: https://github.com/Stiivi/cubes/issues
- IRC channel: #databrewery on irc.freenode.net
If you have any questions, comments, requests, do not hesitate to ask.