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Redis http://redis.io/ is a service that provides different types of memory based data structures such as queues and hashes.
This egg is an implementation of the Redis protocol and a collection of wrapper procedures for Redis server commands.
A. Carl Douglas
This depends on the socket egg.
To run the tests, you will need a local running Redis service.
API[procedure] (redis-connect hostname port)
Connect to the Redis server.[parameter] (*redis-in-port*)
The above parameter is an input port for the socket that is connected to the redis service.[parameter] (*redis-out-port*)
The above parameter is an output port for the socket that is connect to the redis service.[procedure] (redis-read-response port)
Read a response from the redis service and return it as a list. This is useful when a command response from redis may not be immediate, for example the BRPOP or the SUBSCRIBE command.[procedure] redis-write-command port command args)
Send a command to the redis service. Generally, instead use the command wrapper procedures.[procedure] (redis-publish channel-name message)
Publish a message on a channel.[procedure] (redis-ping)
Ping redis. An immediate pong response should be returned.
For a full list of Redis commands, visit http://redis.io/commands.
This simple example "Hello, World!" example will connect to a local Redis server and publish a message on a channel. Before running it, subscribe to the channel using the Redis command line interface tool, redis-cli subscribe "HelloChannel".
(use redis-client) (pp (redis-connect "127.0.0.1" 6379)) (pp (redis-publish "HelloChannel" "Hello, World!"))
The example below, demonstrates implementing your own message subscriber. It could be used to receive the "Hello, World" message published above, e.g. csi -s subscriber.scm HelloChannel.
; Usage: ; csi -s subscriber.scm my-channel-name (use srfi-1 redis-client) (redis-connect "127.0.0.1" 6379) (redis-subscribe (last (command-line-arguments))) (define (run-loop thunk) (let ((response (redis-read-response (*redis-in-port*)))) (thunk response)) (run-loop thunk)) (run-loop (lambda(r) (printf "->~S~%" r)))
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