./databases/py-redis, Redis Python client

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 2.10.6, Package name: py27-redis-2.10.6, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

The Python interface to the Redis key-value store.

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RMD160: 83f8e43ad63dca7985591ba60527c24c72be999b
Filesize: 95.019 KB

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   2017-09-16 21:27:31 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (372)
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   2017-08-17 22:50:37 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (1)
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   2017-08-17 15:15:50 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (2)
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* Various performance improvements. Thanks cjsimpson
* Fixed a bug with SRANDMEMBER where
* Added HSTRLEN command. Thanks Alexander Putilin
* Added the TOUCH command. Thanks Anis Jonischkeit
* Remove unnecessary calls to the server when registering Lua scripts.
  Thanks Ben Greenberg
* SET's EX and PX arguments now allow values of zero. Thanks huangqiyin
* Added PUBSUB {CHANNELS, NUMPAT, NUMSUB} commands. Thanks Angus Pearson
* PubSub connections that that encounter `InterruptedError`s now
  retry automatically. Thanks Carlton Gibson and Seth M. Larson
* LPUSH and RPUSH commands run on PyPy now correctly returns the number
  of items of the list. Thanks Jeong YunWon
* Added support to automatically retry socket EINTR errors. Thanks
  Thomas Steinacher
* PubSubWorker threads started with `run_in_thread` are now daemonized
  so the thread shuts down when the running process goes away. Thanks
  Keith Ainsworth
* Added support for GEO commands. Thanks Pau Freixes, Alex DeBrie and
  Abraham Toriz
* Made client construction from URLs smarter. Thanks Tim Savage
* Added support for CLUSTER * commands. Thanks Andy Huang
* The RESTORE command now accepts an optional `replace` boolean.
  Thanks Yoshinari Takaoka
* Attempt to connect to a new Sentinel if a TimeoutError occurs. Thanks
  Bo Lopker
* Fixed a bug in the client's `__getitem__` where a KeyError would be
  raised if the value returned by the server is an empty string.
  Thanks Javier Candeira.
* Socket timeouts when connecting to a server are now properly raised
  as TimeoutErrors.