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Redis-backed config for Flask applications

Project description

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Redis-backed config for Flask applications based on the disqus/durabledict library

Usage

from flask import Flask
from flask.ext.redisconfig import RedisConfig

app = Flask(__name__)
config = RedisConfig('app:config')
config.init_app(app)

Command Line Interface

A CLI utility is provided for setting or reviewing config values easily.

config.cli()
Flask-RedisConfig
> help

Documented commands (type help <topic>):
========================================
exit  get  help  list  set  set_bool  set_int

> set SECRET_KEY oo5thuj4kaem2Pai0iviefahkaShah5iemae8Aev
> get SECRET_KEY
SECRET_KEY = 'oo5thuj4kaem2Pai0iviefahkaShah5iemae8Aev'
> set_bool PRESERVE_CONTEXT_ON_EXCEPTION False
> set_int SQLALCHEMY_POOL_SIZE 100
> list
PRESERVE_CONTEXT_ON_EXCEPTION = False
SECRET_KEY = 'oo5thuj4kaem2Pai0iviefahkaShah5iemae8Aev'
SQLALCHEMY_POOL_SIZE = 100
>

Example

$ python example.py config
$ python example.py

License

http://marksteve.mit-license.org

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