pottery


Namepottery JSON
Version 0.41 PyPI version JSON
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home_pagehttps://github.com/brainix/pottery
SummaryRedis for Humans.
upload_time2017-01-29 08:53:40
maintainer
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authorRajiv Bakulesh Shah
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licenseApache 2.0
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            Redis is awesome, but Redis commands are not always fun.  Pottery is a Pythonic
way to access Redis.  If you know how to use Python dicts, then you already
know how to use Pottery.


            

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