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Redis-powered queues, capped collections, deques, and stacks

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Full documentation (with example code) is at http://github.com/doctorondemand/qr3

QR3

QR3 helps you create and work with queue, capped collection (bounded queue), deque, and stack data structures for Redis. Redis is well-suited for implementations of these abstract data structures, and QR3 makes it even easier to work with the structures in Python.

Quick Setup

You’ll need [Redis](http://github.com/antirez/redis/ “Redis”) itself (QR makes use of MULTI/EXEC, so you’ll need the Git edge version), and the current Python interface for Redis, [redis-py](http://github.com/andymccurdy/redis-py “redis-py”).

Run setup.py to install qr3 or ‘pip install qr3’.

Responding to PR’s

Given that this package primarily supports internal use cases, we cannot guarantee a specific response time on PRs for new features. However, we will do our best to consider them in a timely fashion.

We do commit to reviewing anything related to a security issue in a timely manner. We ask that you first submit anything of that nature to security@doctorondemand.com prior to creating a PR and follow responsible disclosure rules.

Thanks for your interest in helping with this package!

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