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On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 15:33, Leo Razoumov <> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 07:58, Alexander Gladysh <> wrote:

>> But given that we already have *two* independent Lua client libraries
>> for GRUN^H^H^H^H Redis (both written in plain Lua + LuaSocket), I kind
>> of suspected that it is not quite necessary in this particular case. I
>> guess, I was wrong.

> Alexander,
> Thanks for the bindings! I would like to bring this thread back to its
> original subject. Since I live in a different cave (i.e. I do not know
> what Redis is) I visited the link you provided. The Redis's homepage
> is very terse and tells me that Redis is a generic keey/value store,
> aka data-structure-server. Would you, please, provide your insight
> insofar its usability like when/why/how would one want to use
> Redis/Heredis and by extension your bindings?

Sorry, this is offtopic here. You may read something on the web:

Also, welcome to the Redis ML:

> Also, what advantage
> Heredis+your_bindings have over two existing Lua+LuaSocket Redis
> client implementations you mentioned in your post above?

Sidereal client does not support Redis 2.2. And redis-lua client does
not offer any way for user to make the connection persistent (it is
too trigger-happy with error() calls).