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Project Description
RedisFile
===============

This is a simple hack to allow the writing to redis as if it was
just file object in python.

Usage
-----

# Import and open up a ne "file"
from redisfile import RedisFile
f = RedisFile("myrediskey")
# Write some lines to the "file"
f.write('hello')
f.writelines('world')
f.writelines('Your
Awesome')
# Read the whole file
print f.read()
# Reading a file from the end shows no data
print f.read()
# seek to the start of the file
f.seek(0)
# Read a single line
print f.readline()
# Read the rest
print f.read()
# "close" will delete all the data
f.close()

Installation
------------

Installation is simple too::

$ pip install redis-file
Release History

Release History

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