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Packs for Redis modules into a distributable format

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RAMP

Redis Automatic Module Packaging

Similar to npm init, this packer bundles Redis Modules for later distribution.

It gathers information from modules e.g. module's name, command list, version and additional metadata.

Prerequisites

Make sure redis-server is on your PATH

export PATH=$PATH:<PATH_TO_REDIS>

Install

You can either use pip install or the setup.py script

pip install ramp-packer
python setup.py install

Usage

Manifest mode

ramp pack <PATH_TO_RedisModule.so> -m <PATH_TO_Manifest.yml>

manifest.yml should specify your module's attributes, the ones you would specify manualy if you were to use the Command line mode, see Full usage options and manifest.yml for a reference.

Command line mode

ramp pack <PATH_TO_RedisModule.so> -a <author> -e <email> -A <architecture> -d <description> -h <homepage> -l <license> -c <cmdargs> -r <redis-min-version>

Full usage options

Usage: ramp [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

Options:
  --help  Show this message and exit.

Commands:
  pack
  unpack
  validate
  version

Packing

Usage: ramp pack [OPTIONS] MODULE

Options:
  -o, --output TEXT               output file name
  -v, --verbose                   verbose mode: print the resulting metadata
  -m, --manifest FILENAME         generate package from manifest
  -d, --display-name TEXT         name for display purposes
  -a, --author TEXT               module author
  -e, --email TEXT                authors email
  -A, --architecture TEXT         module compiled on i386/x86_64 arch
  -D, --description TEXT          short description
  -h, --homepage TEXT             module homepage
  -l, --license TEXT              license
  -c, --cmdargs TEXT              module command line arguments
  -r, --redis-min-version TEXT    redis minimum version
  -R, --redis-pack-min-version TEXT
                                  redis pack minimum version
  -cc, --config-command TEXT      command to configure module at run time

  -O, --os TEXT                   build target OS (Darwin/Linux)
  -C, --capabilities TEXT         comma seperated list of module capabilities
  --help                          Show this message and exit.

Module Capabilities

Following is a list of capabilities which can be specified for a module

capability description
types module has its own types and not only operate on existing redis types
no_multi_key module has no methods that operate on multiple keys
replica_of module can work with replicaof capability when it is loaded into a source or a destination database
backup_restore module can work with import/export capability
eviction_expiry module is able to handle eviction and expiry without an issue
reshard_rebalance module is able to operate in a database that is resharded and rebalanced
failover_migrate module is able to operate in a database that is failing over and migrating
persistence_aof module is able to operate in a database when database chooses AOF persistence option
persistence_rdb module is able to operate in a database when database chooses SNAPSHOT persistence option
hash_policy module is able to operate in a database with a user defined HASH POLICY
flash module is able to operate in a database with Flash memory is enabled or changed over time
crdb module is able to operate in a database with crdt for the default redis data types
clustering module is able to operate in a database that is sharded and shards can be migrated
intershard_tls module supports two-way encrypted communication between shards

Output

ramp pack generates module.zip

Which contains:

1. RedisModule.so - original module
2. Module.json - module's metadata

Test

Make sure redis-server is on your PATH

export PATH=$PATH:<PATH_TO_REDIS>

Install RAMP

python setup.py install

Compile RedisGraph for your OS v1.0.12 (https://github.com/RedisLabsModules/RedisGraph/tree/v1.0.12)

Copy redisgraph.so in test_module directory in the root of this project.

Run tests

python test.py

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