Sider is a persistent object library based on Redis. It is currently under development, but you can check the future roadmap. http://sider.dahlia.kr/en/latest/roadmap.html
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Sider

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Sider is a persistent object library based on Redis. It is currently heavily under development, but you can check the future roadmap if you want. See more details in the documentation.

You can install it from PyPI:

$ pip install Sider

Distributed under MIT license. See also LICENSE file.

Written by Hong Minhee.