A library to access, read, and write a redis database.
SRFIs 34, 35, 69, 99, 113, 128, 133, 152, and 158.
This library defines an SRFI-35 exception type &redis-error that gets raised when Redis returns an error. The exception type has a single field called redis-error-message containing the error message returned by Redis.
This egg currently uses a simple TCP connection without any "bells and whistles". The two ports are kept in a record of type redis-connection in the fields input and output.
- redis-connect host portprocedure
Connects to a (hopefully) Redis server at host:port.
- redis-disconnect rconnprocedure
Disconnects from rconn which must be a redis-connection.
- redis-run rconn command #!rest argsprocedure
Uses connection rconn to run command with args. The args will be appended to the command, space-separated. Returns the parsed reply.
- redis-run-proc rconn proc #!rest argsprocedure
Calls proc with the output port of the rconn as current output port, optionally with args. Returns the parsed reply.
This Redis client supports all data types up to and including as specified in RESP3. Setting the protocol version with the HELLO command, however, is the user's responsibility. For details, see https://gitea.lyrion.ch/zilti/redis.
The source code is hosted at https://gitea.lyrion.ch/zilti/redis.
- Initial Release
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