Redis::LeaderBoard - leader board using Redis
use Redis; use Redis::LeaderBoard; my $redis = Redis->new; my $lb = Redis::LeaderBoard->new( redis => $redis, key => 'leader_board:1', order => 'asc', # asc/desc, desc as default ); $lb->set_score('one' => 100'); $lb->set_score('two' => 50'); my ($rank, $score) = $lb->get_rank_with_score('one'); # memmber object my $member = $lb->find_member('two'); $member->score(90); my $rank2 = $member->rank;
Redis::LeaderBoard is for providing leader board by using Redis's sorted set.
z(rev)?rank of Redis 2.8 or older doesn't consider same scores. This module resolve it.
my $lb = Redis::LeaderBoard->new(%options)
Create a new leader board object. Options should be set in
Redis object. Redis.pm or Redis::hiredis.
$member_obj:Redis::LeaderBoard::Member = $lb->find_member($member:Str)
Find member by member id. see Redis::LeaderBoard::Member for more details.
$lb->set_score($member:Str, $score:Number, [$member2, $score2,...])
Set scores of members. You can set multiple element if using Redis 2.4 or later.
$score:Number = $lb->get_score($member:Str)
Get score of member.
$score:Number = $lb->incr_score($member:Str, [$increment_score:Number])
increment score of member and returns reflected score. 1 is default
$score:Number = $lb->decr_score($member:Str, [$decrement_score:Number])
decrement score of member and returns reflected score. 1 is default
remove members from leader board. Multiple element can be accepted Redis 2.4 or later.
($rank:Int, $score:Number) = $lb->get_rank_with_score($member:Str)
Returns rank and score. If you want to get rank and score at the same time,
you should not call
get_rank separately, use this method instead for
$rank:Int = $lb->get_rank($member:Str)
Get rank of member.
$order:Int = $lb->get_sorted_order($member:Str)
Get sorted order in sorted set. (same as
$count = $lb->member_count([$from, $to])
Get number of members. If score range (
$to) is specified, it returns a number
of members in range.
$rankings:ArrayRef<HashRef> = $lb->rankings(%opt)
Return rankings by arrayref contains hashrefs.
keys of hashref is
Options can be set in
%options. keys of options are as follows.
Copyright (C) Masayuki Matsuki.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
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