Recognize flag byte in memcache set #5

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Suhail opened this Issue Nov 2, 2009 · 3 comments

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Suhail commented Nov 2, 2009

The memcache protocol allows you set a flag byte during a set, kestrel ignores this and defaults it to 0.

Many languages uses a flag to denote the data is serialized so that the client can then deserialize it.

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Any thought on supporting this in future version?

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robey commented Apr 10, 2012

i think it would be difficult to support, but i'll leave this bug open in case others want to vote on it.

I just stumbled upon this error when I tried to use EnymMemcache + Protobuffers. I solved by forcing the client to always deserialize using ProtoBuf

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