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Project Description

resn

resn (REdis Social Network) is a simple library to create social networks. It provides a backend for data models using Redis, supporting friends, followers, updates and a news feed out of the box. You can use it with any web framework like Django, Flask, Pylons etc. For examples see the file tests.py.

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Author: Vivek Narayanan <mail@vivekn.co.cc>

License: BSD, see LICENSE for more info.

Installation

First install redis_py and redis_wrap if you haven’t already:

$ easy_install redis $ easy_install resis_wrap

Then install resn:

$ easy_install resn

Setting up

To use resn, import the module resn and add this to the beginning of the file.

from resn import * setup_system(‘default’, host, port) # host and port of your redis server, default is localhost:6379

There are a couple of other settings you might want to change.

resn_settings[‘Feed Size’] = 100 # default value = 1000, No of messages in a user’s feed. resn_settings[‘Token Validity’] = 72 * 3600 # This is the default value in seconds

Future

Support for integrating with Facebook and Twitter APIs is planned.

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Release History

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