A simple kernel to interact with a redis database from IPython
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A simple IPython kernel for redis

This requires IPython 3, which is not yet released.

To install please use:

pip install redis_kernel

or:

easy_install redis_kernel

To test it, install and then:

ipython qtconsole --kernel redis

For details of how this works, see IPython's docs on wrapper kernels.

This connects to redis using sockets, so you dont need the redis python client