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Plugin for dbreak to handle Redis connections

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A plugin for dbreak that allows it to work with Redis objects.


Install from PyPi using pip:

pip install dbreak-redis


There's no need to import the plugin separately, just pass a Redis object to dbreak.show_console().

import redis
import dbreak

# Set up a localhost Redis connection
# This assumes you've got a Redis database running
connection = redis.Redis()

# Pause execution and enter the console

You can use most valid Redis commands:

db[0]> set mykey myvalue


db[0]> get mykey


Use single or double quotes if you need to set a value with whitespace:

db[0]> set mykey "This is my value"


db[0]> get mykey

b'This is my value'

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