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A persistent, (mostly) atomic queue (like deque or Queue) implemented with redis backing.

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redis_queue is useful for implementing a multi-producer,

multi-consumer job queue. While it doesn’t have all the handy blocking and locking features of Queue, it does have the advantages of being multi-process safe and persistant.

Example Usage:::
>>> from redis import Redis
>>> from redis_queue import Queue
>>> redis = Redis(host='127.0.0.1', port=6379)
>>> queue = Queue(redis, 'test_queue')
>>> queue.append('one')
>>> queue.append('two')
>>> queue.append('three')
>>> queue.pop()
'three'
>>> queue.pop()
'two'
>>> queue.pop()
'one'
>>> queue.append('one')
>>> queue.append('two')
>>> queue.append('three')
>>> queue.popleft()
'one'
>>> queue.popleft()
'two'
>>> queue.popleft()
'three'

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