Entries tagged with vedis
Over the past week I've been writing some python bindings to the embedded NoSQL database Vedis, a transactional data-store modeled after Redis. Like Redis, Vedis could be characterized as an advanced key-value store that supports hash, set and list data-structures. Vedis has over 70 available commands for working with the various data types. Unlike Redis, which is run as a separate server process, Vedis is embedded in the host process like SQLite. Vedis works with either in-memory databases or on-disk databases. Vedis is transactional (ACID) and also thread-safe. If you'd like more information, check out the Vedis FAQ.
Vedis-python allows you to use Vedis in your Python apps. Vedis-python supports all the Vedis data-types, and also allows you extend Vedis by writing your own commands in Python. As I mentioned, this project is very new so while I have written pretty extensive unit tests, the library has certainly not been battle-tested yet.
If you'd like to give it a try, you can use
pip to install
vedis-python. At the time
of writing the current version is 0.1.5.
$ pip install vedis-python
Just a word of caution, I've tested the installation on various flavors of Linux (including on my raspberry pi), and Mac OSX, but have not tested on Windows.
Read the rest of the post for the details.