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Description

A Wiki is available and provides full documentation for the library as well as installation explanations.

Programming language: C++
Tags: Database     Redis     Database Client    

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README

Important

Please be advised that this library is no longer maintained.

For new updates, please refer to the following fork https://github.com/cpp-redis/cpp_redis

I have maintained this library for over 3 years, but I do not have enough time to provide a reliable support and continuous development for any longer.

Any existing or new issues will not be treated and I do not guarantee to merge any new pull request.

If anyone is willing to take over this project, feel free to fork this project and message me to add a link to your fork in this README.

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cpp_redis is a C++11 Asynchronous Multi-Platform Lightweight Redis Client, with support for synchronous operations, pipelining, sentinels and high availability.

Requirement

cpp_redis has no dependency. Its only requirement is C++11.

It comes with no network module, so you are free to configure your own, or to use the default one (tacopie)

Example

cpp_redis::client

cpp_redis::client client;

client.connect();

client.set("hello", "42");
client.get("hello", [](cpp_redis::reply& reply) {
  std::cout << reply << std::endl;
});
//! also support std::future
//! std::future<cpp_redis::reply> get_reply = client.get("hello");

client.sync_commit();
//! or client.commit(); for asynchronous call

cpp_redis::client full documentation and detailed example. More about cpp_redis::reply.

cpp_redis::subscriber

cpp_redis::subscriber sub;

sub.connect();

sub.subscribe("some_chan", [](const std::string& chan, const std::string& msg) {
  std::cout << "MESSAGE " << chan << ": " << msg << std::endl;
});
sub.psubscribe("*", [](const std::string& chan, const std::string& msg) {
  std::cout << "PMESSAGE " << chan << ": " << msg << std::endl;
});

sub.commit();

cpp_redis::subscriber full documentation and detailed example.

Wiki

A Wiki is available and provides full documentation for the library as well as installation explanations.

Doxygen

A Doxygen documentation is available and provides full API documentation for the library.

License

cpp_redis is under [MIT License](LICENSE).

Contributing

Please refer to [CONTRIBUTING.md](CONTRIBUTING.md).

Special Thanks

Mike Moening for his unexpected and incredible great work aiming to port cpp_redis on Windows, provides sentinel support and high availability support!

Author

Simon Ninon


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the cpp_redis README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.