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.
from oredis.models import Model from oredis.manager import Manager from oredis.fields import String, PrimaryKey, StringPK, Integer, DateTime
- class NoteManager(Manager):
- class NoteModel(Model):
id = PrimaryKey() title = String() pk_hash = StringPK() body = String(required = True)
objects = NoteManager(connection = redis.Redis())
- In : 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 : note1 Out: <NoteModel: 942>
In : note1.title Out: ‘Hello world!’
In : note1.title
To use oredis use pip or easy_install:
pip install oredis
Fork https://github.com/lispython/oredis/ , create commit and pull request.
Thanks Alexander Solovyov for some concepts are taken from orem library.
TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
Changelog content for this version goes here.