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A lightweight, flexible key generator for NoSQL / Key-Value stores, such as Redis, Memcached, Riak, Tokyo Cabinet, etc.
$ gem install kiki
class User include Kiki cache_key :redis cache_key :memcached, :domain => 'people', :delimiter => '/', :identifier => :username end User.redis_key # => #<Keytar::Key:0x000001008ea9a8 @namespace="redis", @delimitter=":", @domain="users", @identifier=:id> User.redis_key("count") # => redis:users:count User.find(1).redis_key # => redis:users:1 User.find(1).redis_key("items") # => redis:users:1:items User.find(1).memcached_key # => memcached/people/schneems # Configuration can be done on the key object User.memcached_key.identifier = :email User.find(1).memcached_key # => firstname.lastname@example.org
the first argument for cache_key, the instance and class method +[namespace]_key+ will be added, which generate keys prefixed by the namespace (eg. “redis” would add the method “redis_key”, generating a key like “redis:users:1”)
optional, defaults to the downcase, pluralized name of your class (eg. “class User” would have the domain “users”)
optional, defaults to “:”
this is the method that is sent when calling “*_key” on an instance, or passing non-string / non-numeric arguments into a “*_key” method. optional, defaults to “:id”
This project was inspired by Richard Schneeman's awesome library Keytar (github.com/schneems/keytar). Essentially, this my alternative take on the problem, focusing on simplicity of API and implementation.
kiki is licensed under the MIT License:
Copyright © 2011 Mattt Thompson (mattt.me)
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