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Muffin-Redis – Redis support for Muffin framework.

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  • python >= 3.3


Muffin-Redis should be installed using pip:

pip install muffin-redis


Add muffin_redis to PLUGINS in your Muffin Application configuration.

Or install it manually like this:

redis = muffin_redis.Plugin(**{'options': 'here'})

app = muffin.Application('test')

Appllication configuration options

REDIS_DB – Number of Redis database (0) REDIS_HOST – Connection IP address (“”) REDIS_PORT – Connection port (6379) REDIS_PASSWORD – Connection password (None) REDIS_POOLSIZE – Connection pool size (1) REDIS_FAKE – Use fake redis instead real one for tests proposals (False)


def view(request):
    value = yield from app.redis.get('my_key')
    return value

Bug tracker

If you have any suggestions, bug reports or annoyances please report them to the issue tracker at


Development of Muffin-Redis happens at:


  • klen (Kirill Klenov)


Licensed under a MIT license.

If you wish to express your appreciation for the project, you are welcome to send a postcard to:

Kirill Klenov
pos. Severny 8-3
MO, Istra, 143500

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