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Object-hash mapping library for Redis

Project description

Oredis is a library for storing objects in Redis, a persistent key-value database. It includes an extensible list of validations and has very good performance.

How to use

from oredis.models import Model from oredis.manager import Manager from oredis.fields import String, PrimaryKey, StringPK, Integer, DateTime

class NoteManager(Manager):
pass
class NoteModel(Model):

id = PrimaryKey() title = String() pk_hash = StringPK() body = String(required = True)

objects = NoteManager(connection = redis.Redis())

In [19]: note1 = NoteModel(title = “Hello world!”,
….: body=”I am currently engaged in teaching my brother to program. He is a total beginner, but very smart. (And he actually wants to learn). I’ve noticed that some of our sessions have gotten bogged down in minor details, and I don’t feel I’ve been very organized. (But the answers to this post have helped a lot.)”)

In [20]: note1 Out[20]: <NoteModel: 942>

In [21]: note1.title Out[21]: ‘Hello world!’

In [22]: note1.title

INSTALLATION

To use oredis use pip or easy_install:

pip install oredis

or

easy_install oredis

CONTRIBUTE

Fork https://github.com/lispython/oredis/ , create commit and pull request.

Credits

Thanks Alexander Solovyov for some concepts are taken from orem library.

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