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Building

Spymemcached can be compiled using Apache Ant by running the following command:

ant

This will generate binary, source, and javadoc jars in the build directory of the project.

To run the Spymemcached tests against Membase Server run the following command:

ant test -Dserver.type=membase

To test Spymemcached against Membase running on a different host use the following command:

ant test -Dserver.type=membase \
    -Dserver.address_v4=ip_address_of_membase

Testing

The latest version of spymemcached has a set of command line arguments that can be used to configure the location of your testing server. The arguments are listed below.

-Dserver.address_v4=ipv4_address_of_testing_server

This argument is used to specify the ipv4 address of your testing server. By default it is set to localhost.

-Dserver.address_v6=ipv6_address_of_testing_server

This argument is used to set the ipv6 address of your testing server. By default it is set to ::1. If an ipv6 address is specified then an ipv4 address must be specified otherwise there may be test failures.

-Dserver.port_number=port_number_of_memcached

This argument is used when memcahched is started on a port other than 11211

-Dtest.type=ci

This argument is used for CI testing where certain unit tests might be temporarily failing.

More Information

For more information about Spymemcached see the links below:

Project Page The

Spymemcached Project Home contains a wiki, issue tracker, and downloads section.

Github

The gitub page contains the latest Spymemcached source.

Couchbase.org

At couchbase.org you can find a download's section for the latest release as well as an extensive tutorial to help new users learn how to use Spymemcached.

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