Provides a simple interface to OpenDHT servers.
Acts like a hash (sort of)
Needs to not hit the internet in tests
### # Remotely store an array a1 = RemoteArray.new('foo') a1.push('hello world') a2 = RemoteArray.new('foo') assert_equal 'hello world', a2.last ### # Remotely store a hash h1 = RemoteHash.new('hello world') h2 = RemoteHash.new('hello world') # Set a key in one hash h1['foo'] = 'bar' # Fetch it from another assert_equal 'bar', h2['foo']
sudo gem install remotehash
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