I have code in open-context-jupyter/notebooks/OC Explorations.ipynb at ee9bae594bb6a7bcc951425fd58e10804f1ad369 · rdhyee/open-context-jupyter for querying
https://iscaws.isample.xyz/isamples_central/thing/select using the
requests library. I\'m wondering whether it\'d be useful to use 1) django-haystack/pysolr: Pysolr --- Python Solr client (whose maintainer is [busy but still on the case](Is there a new release for pysolr? · Issue #373 · django-haystack/pysolr)) or 2) one of the openapi client generators to ingest https://iscaws.isample.xyz/isamples_central/openapi.json? If 2), it seems like there are at least three actively maintained libraries to choose from (
- python-openapi/openapi-core: Openapi-core is a Python library that adds client-side and server-side support for the OpenAPI v3.0 and OpenAPI v3.1 specification.
- openapi-generators/openapi-python-client: Generate modern Python clients from OpenAPI
- marshmallow-code/apispec: A pluggable API specification generator. Currently supports the OpenAPI Specification (f.k.a. the Swagger specification).
Any guidance about which might be the fruitful option?
What I decided after talking to a colleague about this issue: I think I'll keep going with my simple requests approach as I get my brain warmed up again with solr and stay away from the code-generator options for now (and maybe for a while!)