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New version of the Sadie data server

I just released version 0.1.6 of the Sadie gem.

This version sports an entirely new (more Ruby-esque) DSL for primer definition and removes the pluggable primer types which, while handy at times, mostly scratched itches which were well-handled by other gems.

New features include key/value expiry and refresh and a much more sane handling of subdirectories and keys (which are no longer linked). Also, the “eachers” of previous versions have been replaced by more-idiomatic Ruby before and after directives.

This release paves the way for key-based indexes and a scalable, distributed version to be built on top of Redis.

Comments are welcomed at fred@landmetrics.com.


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