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Python client for SSDB

Project description

The Python interface to the SSDB like Redis-py

Installation

To install ssdb-py, simply:

$ sudo pip install ssdb

or alternatively (you really should be using pip though):

$ sudo easy_install ssdb

or from source:

$ sudo python setup.py install

Getting Started

>>> from ssdb import SSDB
>>> ssdb = SSDB(host='localhost', port=8888)
>>> ssdb.multi_set(set_a='a', set_b='b', set_c='c', set_d='d')
4
>>> ssdb.multi_set(set_x1='x1', set_x2='x2', set_x3='x3', set_x4='x4')
4
>>> ssdb.multi_set(set_abc='abc', set_count=10)
2
>>> ssdb.multi_hset('hash_1', a='A', b='B', c='C', d='D', e='E', f='F',
...                 g='G')
7
>>> ssdb.multi_hset('hash_2',
...                 key1=42,
...                 key2=3.1415926,
...                 key3=-1.41421,
...                 key4=256,
...                 key5='e',
...                 key6='log'
...                )
6
>>> ssdb.multi_zset('zset_1', a=30, b=20, c=100, d=1, e=64, f=-3,
...                 g=0)
7
>>> ssdb.multi_zset('zset_2',
...                 key1=42,
...                 key2=314,
...                 key3=1,
...                 key4=256,
...                 key5=0,
...                 key6=-5
...                )
6
>>> ssdb.get('set_a')
'a'
>>> ssdb.setx('set_ttl', 'ttl', 5)
True
>>> ssdb.get('set_ttl')
'ttl'
>>> time.sleep(5)
>>> ssdb.get('set_ttl')
>>>
>>> ssdb.exists('set_a')
True
>>> ssdb.incr('set_count', 3)
13
>>> ssdb.multi_get('a', 'b', 'c', 'd')
{'a': 'a', 'c': 'c', 'b': 'b', 'd': 'd'}
>>> ssdb.keys('set_x ', 'set_xx', 3)
['set_x1', 'set_x2', 'set_x3']
>>> ssdb.scan('set_x ', '', 10)
{'set_x1': 'x1', 'set_x2': 'x2', 'set_x3': 'x3', 'set_x4': 'x4'}
>>> ssdb.delete('set_abc')
True
>>> ssdb.hget("hash_1", 'a')
'A'
>>> ssdb.hexists('hash_2', 'key2')
True
>>> ssdb.hdecr('hash_2', 'key1', 7)
36
>>> ssdb.hsize('hash_1')
7
>>> ssdb.hlist('hash_ ', 'hash_z', 10)
['hash_1', 'hash_2']
>>> ssdb.hscan('hash_1', 'a', 'g', 10)
{'b': 'B', 'c': 'C', 'd': 'D', 'e': 'E', 'f': 'F', 'g': 'G'}
>>> ssdb.zget("zset_1", 'b')
20
>>> ssdb.zset("zset_1", 'z', 1024)
True
>>> ssdb.zset_exists('zset_2')
True
>>> ssdb.multi_zget('zset_1', 'a', 'b', 'c', 'd')
{'a': 30, 'c': 100, 'b': 20, 'd': 1}
>>> ssdb.zkeys('zset_1', '', 0, 200, 3)
['g', 'd', 'b']
>>> ssdb.zscan('zset_1', '', 0, 200, 10)
{'g': 0, 'd': 1, 'b': 20, 'a': 30, 'e': 64, 'c': 100}
>>> ssdb.zrscan('zset_1', 'a', 30, -1000, 3)
{'b': 20, 'd': 1, 'g': 0}
>>> ssdb.zrank('zset_1','d')
2
>>> ssdb.zrrange('zset_1', 0, 4)
{'c': 100, 'e': 64, 'a': 30, 'b': 20}

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