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Redis documentation

Clients

All clients are listed in the clients.json file. Each key in the JSON object represents a single client library. For example:

"Rediska": {

  # A programming language should be specified.
  "language": "PHP",

  # If the project has a website of its own, put it here.
  # Otherwise, lose the "url" key.
  "url": "http://rediska.geometria-lab.net",

  # A URL pointing to the repository where users can
  # find the code.
  "repository": "http://github.com/Shumkov/Rediska",

  # A short, free-text description of the client.
  # Should be objective. The goal is to help users
  # choose the correct client they need.
  "description": "A PHP client",

  # An array of Twitter usernames for the authors
  # and maintainers of the library.
  "authors": ["shumkov"]

}

Commands

Redis commands are described in the commands.json file.

For each command there's a Markdown file with a complete, human-readable description. We process this Markdown to provide a better experience, so some things to take into account:

  • Inside text, all commands should be written in all caps, in between backticks. For example: INCR.

  • You can use some magic keywords to name common elements in Redis. For example: @multi-bulk-reply. These keywords will get expanded and auto-linked to relevant parts of the documentation.

There should be at least two predefined sections: description and return value. The return value section is marked using the @return keyword:

Returns all keys matching the given pattern.

@return

@multi-bulk-reply: all the keys that matched the pattern.

Styling guidelines

Please wrap your text to 80 characters. You can easily accomplish this using a CLI tool called par.

Checking your work

Once you're done, the very least you should do is make sure that all files compile properly. You can do this by running Rake inside your working directory.

$ rake parse

Additionally, if you have Aspell installed, you can spell check the documentation:

$ rake spellcheck

Exceptions can be added to ./wordlist.

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