SQLAlchemy Declarative Class Reflector

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SQLAlchemy has a nice reflection facility which takes for example a database table name as argument and produces a Table object out of it for manipulation. However, those objects do not behave like the objects produced by declarative classes, which are easier to work with. Here’s a little class that helps to bridge that gap by reflecting proper declarative classes from database tables. It has only been tested with PostgreSQL, but it may work with other databases as well. Continue reading SQLAlchemy Declarative Class Reflector

Editing Tabular Data in Vim

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Helpful settings for editing tabular data:

Noexpandtab disables expanding of inputted tabs to spaces. Adjust the number of spaces to your liking. Tabstop sets the visual appearance of tab stops (here 16 spaces). Continue reading Editing Tabular Data in Vim