lettuce 3.0.Beta 3 is out now. The new redis commands provide in addition to the basic support also data structures and parsers. This is to support common implementation tasks and to ease adoption.

The Beta 3t is a surprise, because I wanted to release the final after Beta 2. Meanwhile, redis added lots of features and in fact, lettuce was not ready for a final yet. I'll state more about the details in a further, final announcement post. For now enjoy the Beta 3.

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Test-driven development is a life-assurance for several software projects.

I’ve started about 10 years ago with test-driven development. Since then I fell into the mantra writing test code then production code run the test and start over. Sometimes even model and interface first then test code then production code and so on. This way less bugs had a chance to remain within production code. But unit testing is not everything. The next level is integration testing, which help to discover even more bugs. As soon as components play together, they start to behave slightly different than assumed in unit tests. Sometimes integration-tests are the only way to test a software (in a sensible way).

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This release is intended to be the last beta release of lettuce. As soon as Redis 3.0 goes final, I'll release the final of lettuce 3.0.

This release contains:

  • Documentation (Javadoc and Wiki)
  • Improved test stability for a stable and reproducible build
  • Changed redis ports from 63xx to 64xx for testing
  • Fixed clientKill because of changed clientList output
  • Adjusted resource cleanup to prevent memory leaks
  • Prevent refCnt exceptions in case of parallel close & read
  • Fixed PubSub API
  • Fixed command leaking when client is not yet online/disconnected and commands are issued while the client is in the re-connect phase
  • Code cleanup, fixing sonar violations
  • Support for SENTINEL MASTERS command
  • Support for DEBUG SEGFAULT command
  • Support for PUBSUB command
  • Support for sorted set commands ZLEXCOUNT, ZRANGEBYLEX, ZREMRANGEBYLEX
  • Minor fixes like typos, maven site on http://redis.paluch.biz

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Maven coordinates:

<dependency>
    <groupId>biz.paluch.redis</groupId>
    <artifactId>lettuce</artifactId>
    <version>3.0.Beta2</version>
</dependency>

Any feedback is appreciated or create issues on GitHub.

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