engine is not included; instead, it focuses exclusively on format
transformation. You can still pipe into a runtime like node.js if
to discuss introducing a new query language.
This is the home of the tool called
rq (record query). It's a tool
that's used for performing queries on streams of records in various
The goal is to make ad-hoc exploration of data sets easy without
having to use more heavy-weight tools like SQL/MapReduce/custom
rq fills a similar niche as tools like
but works with structured (record) data instead of text.
It was created with love out of the best parts of Rust, and is distributed as a dependency-free binary on many operating systems and architectures.
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