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AnyEvent::Redis::Protocol(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			    AnyEvent::Redis::Protocol(3pm)

AnyEvent::Redis2::Protocol - Redis response parser (read handler) for AnyEvent DESCRIPTION
This package should not be directly used. It provides an AnyEvent read handler capable of parsing Redis responses. SEE ALSO
AnyEvent::Handle, Redis Protocol Specification <> AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 2010 Michael S. Fischer. This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License. See for more information. perl v5.10.1 2011-01-12 AnyEvent::Redis::Protocol(3pm)

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AnyEvent::Redis(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				      AnyEvent::Redis(3pm)

AnyEvent::Redis - Non-blocking Redis client SYNOPSIS
use AnyEvent::Redis; my $redis = AnyEvent::Redis->new( host => '', port => 6379, encoding => 'utf8', on_error => sub { warn @_ }, ); # callback based $redis->set( 'foo'=> 'bar', sub { warn "SET!" } ); $redis->get( 'foo', sub { my $value = shift } ); my ($key, $value) = ('list_key', 123); $redis->lpush( $key, $value ); $redis->lpop( $key, sub { my $value = shift }); # condvar based my $cv = $redis->lpop( $key ); $cv->cb(sub { my $value = $_[0]->recv }); DESCRIPTION
AnyEvent::Redis is a non-blocking (event-driven) Redis client. This module is an AnyEvent user; you must install and use a supported event loop. ESTABLISHING A CONNECTION
To create a new connection, use the new() method with the following attributes: host => <HOSTNAME> Required. The hostname or literal address of the server. port => <PORT> Optional. The server port. encoding => <ENCODING> Optional. Encode and decode data (when storing and retrieving, respectively) according to ENCODING ("utf8" is recommended or see Encode::Supported for details on possible ENCODING values). Omit if you intend to handle raw binary data with this connection. on_error => $cb->($errmsg) Optional. Callback that will be fired if a connection or database-level error occurs. The error message will be passed to the callback as the sole argument. METHODS
All methods supported by your version of Redis should be supported. Normal commands There are two alternative approaches for handling results from commands: o AnyEvent::CondVar based: my $cv = $redis->command( # arguments to command ); # Then... my $res; eval { # Could die() $res = $cv->recv; }; warn $@ if $@; # or... $cv->cb(sub { my($cv) = @_; my($result, $err) = $cv->recv }); o Callback: $redis->command( # arguments, sub { my($result, $err) = @_; }); (Callback is a wrapper around the $cv approach.) Subscriptions The subscription methods ("subscribe" and "psubscribe") must be used with a callback: my $cv = $redis->subscribe("test", sub { my($message, $channel[, $actual_channel]) = @_; # ($actual_channel is provided for pattern subscriptions.) }); The $cv condition will be met on unsubscribing from the channel. Due to limitations of the Redis protocol the only valid commands on a connection with an active subscription are subscribe and unsubscribe commands. Common methods o get o set o hset o hget o lpush o lpop The Redis command reference (<>) lists all commands Redis supports. REQUIREMENTS
This requires Redis >= 1.2. COPYRIGHT
Tatsuhiko Miyagawa <> 2009- LICENSE
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. AUTHORS
Tatsuhiko Miyagawa David Leadbeater Chia-liang Kao franck cuny Lee Aylward Joshua Barratt Jeremy Zawodny Leon Brocard Michael S. Fischer SEE ALSO
Redis, AnyEvent perl v5.10.1 2011-01-12 AnyEvent::Redis(3pm)
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