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-= memcache-client
+This repository contains the 1.5.0.x source for the FiveRuns memcache-client.
-This is the FiveRuns fork of seattle.rb's memcache-client 1.5.0. We've fixed several bugs
-which are in that version.
+The latest memcache-client 1.6.0 source code can now be found at:
-Rubyforge Project:
-
-http://rubyforge.org/projects/seattlerb
-
-Documentation:
-
-http://seattlerb.org/memcache-client
-
-== Installing memcache-client
-
-Just install the gem:
-
- $ sudo gem install fiveruns-memcache-client --source http://gems.github.com
-
-== Using memcache-client
-
-With one server:
-
- CACHE = MemCache.new 'localhost:11211', :namespace => 'my_namespace'
-
-Or with multiple servers:
-
- CACHE = MemCache.new %w[one.example.com:11211 two.example.com:11211],
- :namespace => 'my_namespace'
-
-See MemCache.new for details.
-
-=== Using memcache-client with Rails
-
-Rails will automatically load the memcache-client gem, but you may
-need to uninstall Ruby-memcache, I don't know which one will get
-picked by default.
-
-Add your environment-specific caches to config/environment/*. If you run both
-development and production on the same memcached server sets, be sure
-to use different namespaces. Be careful when running tests using
-memcache, you may get strange results. It will be less of a headache
-to simply use a readonly memcache when testing.
-
-memcache-client also comes with a wrapper called Cache in memcache_util.rb for
-use with Rails. To use it be sure to assign your memcache connection to
-CACHE. Cache returns nil on all memcache errors so you don't have to rescue
-the errors yourself. It has #get, #put and #delete module functions.
+http://github.com/mperham/memcache-client

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