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backend for dogpile.cache with reading and writing on mongodb

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Install

Use pip:

pip install dogpile_mongo

Usage

See the example.

Code:

from dogpile.cache import make_region

db = MongoClient()['test']
region = make_region().configure(
     'mongo',
     # arguments are same as mongo backend.
     arguments={
         'db': db,
     }
)

region.set("test", b"value")
region.set_multi({"key1": b"value1", "key2": 100})
print(region.get("test"))
print(region.get_multi(["key1", "key2"]))

Result:

$ python main.py
b'value'
[b'value1', b'100']

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