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objects in Redis for Python

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# odis

odis - objects in [Redis](http://redis.io) for Python.

## Install odis

$ pip install git+git://github.com/simonz05/odis.git

## Use odis

from odis import Model, CharField, DateTimeField

class Foo(Model):
username = CharField(index=True, unique=True) created_at = DateTimeField(aut_now_add=True)
>>> obj = Foo(username='foo')
>>> obj.save()
True
>>> Foo.obj.get(username='foo')
<Foo {'username': 'foo', 'pk': 1, 'created_at': datetime.datetime(2012, 1, 14, 0, 0)}>
>>> Foo.obj.filter(username='foo')
<odis.QuerySet at 0x24e50d0>

## Acknowledgment

[Ohm](http://ohm.keyvalue.org/), [redisco](https://github.com/iamteem/redisco/) and [Django internals](https://github.com/django/django/tree/master/django/db/models) were used to figure out how to solve similar problems.

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