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#Redispy Hooks into Redis' monitor command and exposes the parsed information in a usable manner.

A concrete example of how this can be used is in the works. For now, you can use it like:

var redispy = require('redispy');
//0 is the database
spy = new redispy('localhost', 6379, 0);  
spy.on('data', function(data) {
	var command = data.command;
	var date = data.date;
            var keys = data.keys;
	var arguments = data.arguments;
});
spy.start();
...
spy.stop();

Note that the monitor command, which this relies on, is considered a debugging tool. Using it in production will cause performance degradation.

##Installation

npm install redispy