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-r1 2015-05-19T07:24:24Z DavidTerei 6e2508fa18aae99fee1c0aa41cc86e97d73ff504647b5265e54adf3566ca81e7
  • Changed description from

    A client library for a memcached cluster.
    
    It supports the binary memcached protocol and SASL authentication. No support
    for the ASCII protocol is provided. It supports connecting to a single, or a
    cluster of memcached servers. When connecting to a cluser, consistent hashing
    is used for routing requests to the appropriate server.
    
    Complete coverage of the memcached protocol is provided except for multi-get
    and other pipelined operations.
    
    Basic usage is:
    > import qualified Database.Memcache.Client as M
    >
    > mc <- M.newClient [M.ServerSpec "localhost" 11211 M.NoAuth] M.defaultOptions
    > M.set mc "key" "value" 0 0
    > v <- M.get mc "key"
    
    You should only need to import 'Database.Memcache.Client', but for now other
    modules are exposed.
    to
    A client library for a memcached cluster.
    
    It supports the binary memcached protocol and SASL authentication. No support
    for the ASCII protocol is provided. It supports connecting to a single, or a
    cluster of memcached servers. When connecting to a cluser, consistent hashing
    is used for routing requests to the appropriate server.
    
    Complete coverage of the memcached protocol is provided except for multi-get
    and other pipelined operations.
    
    Basic usage is:
    
    > import qualified Database.Memcache.Client as M
    >
    > mc <- M.newClient [M.ServerSpec "localhost" 11211 M.NoAuth] M.defaultOptions
    > M.set mc "key" "value" 0 0
    > v <- M.get mc "key"
    
    You should only need to import 'Database.Memcache.Client', but for now other
    modules are exposed.

-r0 2015-05-19T07:22:38Z DavidTerei 2fb00a931c03445b9946c318deb5809b785569f9c2322aadbfe0d8e7b8e704c1