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This modules allows you to use redis just like a Python dictionary

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Redpie

Use redis just like a Python dictionary

How to use

Installation

$ pip install redpie

Usage

from redpie import Redpie

r = Redpie(db=0, host='localhost', port=6379)  # Or just r = Redpie(); 0, localhost and 6379 are defaults


from requests import Session

r.update({
    'you can': 'assign basic types',
    'and even more complex things': Session
})

>>> print(r['and even more complex things']())
<requests.sessions.Session object at 0x10c68d5c0>

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