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......@@ -8,6 +8,7 @@ Build-Depends:
libhiredis-dev (>= 0.14.0),
libjemalloc-dev [linux-any],
liblua5.1-dev,
liblzf-dev,
libssl-dev,
libsystemd-dev,
lua-bitop-dev,
......
[DEFAULT]
debian-branch=debian/sid
upstream-branch=upstream/sid
debian-branch=debian/experimental
upstream-branch=upstream/experimental
.TH REDIS-BENCHMARK 1 "June 28, 2010"
.SH NAME
icinga-redis-benchmark \- Benechmark a icinga-redis instance
icinga-redis-benchmark \- Benechmark a Icinga-Redis instance
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B icinga-redis-benchmark
[\-h <host>] [\-p <port>] [\-c <clients>] [\-n <requests]> [\-k <boolean>]
.SH DESCRIPTION
Redis is a key-value database. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is
Icinga-Redis is a key-value database. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is
not volatile and other datatypes (such as lists and sets) are natively
supported.
.SH OPTIONS
......@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ Server port (default 6379)
Server socket (overrides host and port)
.TP
\-a password
Password for Redis Auth
Password for Icinga-Redis Auth
.TP
\-c clients
Number of parallel connections (default 50)
......
.TH REDIS-CHECK-AOF 1 "December 13, 2018"
.SH NAME
icinga-redis-check-aof \- Check integrity of a Redis .AOF file
icinga-redis-check-aof \- Check integrity of a Icinga-Redis .AOF file
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B icinga-redis-check-aof
filename
.SH DESCRIPTION
Redis is a key-value database. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is
Icinga-Redis is a key-value database. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is
not volatile and other datatypes (such as lists and sets) are natively
supported.
.PP
......
.TH REDIS-CHECK-RDB 1 "December 13, 2018"
.SH NAME
icinga-redis-check-rdb \- Check integrity of icinga-redis dumped database file
icinga-redis-check-rdb \- Check integrity of Icinga-Redis dumped database file
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B icinga-redis-check-rdb
filename
.SH DESCRIPTION
Redis is a key-value database. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is
Icinga-Redis is a key-value database. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is
not volatile and other datatypes (such as lists and sets) are natively
supported.
.PP
......
......@@ -5,15 +5,15 @@ icinga-redis-cli \- Command-line client to icinga-redis-server
.B icinga-redis-cli
.RI [options]
.SH DESCRIPTION
Redis is a key-value database. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is
Icinga-Redis is a key-value database. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is
not volatile and other datatypes (such as lists and sets) are natively
supported.
.PP
\fBicinga-redis-cli\fP provides a simple command-line interface to a icinga-redis server.
.SH OPTIONS
See \fBredis-doc\fP for more information on the commands icinga-redis accepts.
See \fBicinga-redis-doc\fP for more information on the commands icinga-redis accepts.
.SH AUTHOR
\fBredis-cli\fP was written by Salvatore Sanfilippo.
\fBicinga-redis-cli\fP was written by Salvatore Sanfilippo.
.PP
This manual page was written by Chris Lamb <lamby@debian.org> for the Debian
project (but may be used by others).
......@@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ icinga-redis-server \- Persistent key-value database
.B icinga-redis-server
.RI configfile
.SH DESCRIPTION
Redis is a key-value database. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is
Icinga-Redis is a key-value database. It is similar to memcached but the dataset is
not volatile and other datatypes (such as lists and sets) are natively
supported.
.PP
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......@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ index 0d2971e..05cdc8b 100644
}
if (hasActiveChildProcess() && server.child_type != CHILD_TYPE_AOF) {
diff --git a/src/rdb.c b/src/rdb.c
index 6f2f516..2af688e 100644
index 3c5397d..5108d3c 100644
--- a/src/rdb.c
+++ b/src/rdb.c
@@ -1350,7 +1350,6 @@ werr: /* Write error. */
......
......@@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ export BUILD_TLS = yes
export CFLAGS CPPFLAGS LDFLAGS
export DEB_BUILD_MAINT_OPTIONS = hardening=+all
export DEB_CFLAGS_MAINT_APPEND = -I/usr/include/liblzf
export DEB_LDFLAGS_MAINT_APPEND = -Wl,-no-as-needed -ldl -latomic $(LUA_LDFLAGS)
export DEB_LDFLAGS_MAINT_APPEND = -Wl,-no-as-needed -ldl -latomic -llzf $(LUA_LDFLAGS)
# Build jemelloc in parallel
ifneq (,$(filter parallel=%,$(DEB_BUILD_OPTIONS)))
......
# Redis dependency Makefile
uname_S:= $(shell sh -c 'uname -s 2>/dev/null || echo not')
CCCOLOR="\033[34m"
LINKCOLOR="\033[34;1m"
SRCCOLOR="\033[33m"
BINCOLOR="\033[37;1m"
MAKECOLOR="\033[32;1m"
ENDCOLOR="\033[0m"
default:
@echo "Explicit target required"
.PHONY: default
# Prerequisites target
.make-prerequisites:
@touch $@
# Clean everything when CFLAGS is different
ifneq ($(shell sh -c '[ -f .make-cflags ] && cat .make-cflags || echo none'), $(CFLAGS))
.make-cflags: distclean
-(echo "$(CFLAGS)" > .make-cflags)
.make-prerequisites: .make-cflags
endif
# Clean everything when LDFLAGS is different
ifneq ($(shell sh -c '[ -f .make-ldflags ] && cat .make-ldflags || echo none'), $(LDFLAGS))
.make-ldflags: distclean
-(echo "$(LDFLAGS)" > .make-ldflags)
.make-prerequisites: .make-ldflags
endif
distclean:
-(cd hiredis && $(MAKE) clean) > /dev/null || true
-(cd linenoise && $(MAKE) clean) > /dev/null || true
-(cd lua && $(MAKE) clean) > /dev/null || true
-(cd jemalloc && [ -f Makefile ] && $(MAKE) distclean) > /dev/null || true
-(rm -f .make-*)
.PHONY: distclean
ifeq ($(BUILD_TLS),yes)
HIREDIS_MAKE_FLAGS = USE_SSL=1
endif
hiredis: .make-prerequisites
@printf '%b %b\n' $(MAKECOLOR)MAKE$(ENDCOLOR) $(BINCOLOR)$@$(ENDCOLOR)
cd hiredis && $(MAKE) static $(HIREDIS_MAKE_FLAGS)
.PHONY: hiredis
linenoise: .make-prerequisites
@printf '%b %b\n' $(MAKECOLOR)MAKE$(ENDCOLOR) $(BINCOLOR)$@$(ENDCOLOR)
cd linenoise && $(MAKE)
.PHONY: linenoise
ifeq ($(uname_S),SunOS)
# Make isinf() available
LUA_CFLAGS= -D__C99FEATURES__=1
endif
LUA_CFLAGS+= -O2 -Wall -DLUA_ANSI -DENABLE_CJSON_GLOBAL -DREDIS_STATIC='' $(CFLAGS)
LUA_LDFLAGS+= $(LDFLAGS)
# lua's Makefile defines AR="ar rcu", which is unusual, and makes it more
# challenging to cross-compile lua (and redis). These defines make it easier
# to fit redis into cross-compilation environments, which typically set AR.
AR=ar
ARFLAGS=rcu
lua: .make-prerequisites
@printf '%b %b\n' $(MAKECOLOR)MAKE$(ENDCOLOR) $(BINCOLOR)$@$(ENDCOLOR)
cd lua/src && $(MAKE) all CFLAGS="$(LUA_CFLAGS)" MYLDFLAGS="$(LUA_LDFLAGS)" AR="$(AR) $(ARFLAGS)"
.PHONY: lua
JEMALLOC_CFLAGS= -std=gnu99 -Wall -pipe -g3 -O3 -funroll-loops $(CFLAGS)
JEMALLOC_LDFLAGS= $(LDFLAGS)
jemalloc: .make-prerequisites
@printf '%b %b\n' $(MAKECOLOR)MAKE$(ENDCOLOR) $(BINCOLOR)$@$(ENDCOLOR)
cd jemalloc && ./configure --with-version=5.1.0-0-g0 --with-lg-quantum=3 --with-jemalloc-prefix=je_ --enable-cc-silence CFLAGS="$(JEMALLOC_CFLAGS)" LDFLAGS="$(JEMALLOC_LDFLAGS)"
cd jemalloc && $(MAKE) CFLAGS="$(JEMALLOC_CFLAGS)" LDFLAGS="$(JEMALLOC_LDFLAGS)" lib/libjemalloc.a
.PHONY: jemalloc
This directory contains all Redis dependencies, except for the libc that
should be provided by the operating system.
* **Jemalloc** is our memory allocator, used as replacement for libc malloc on Linux by default. It has good performances and excellent fragmentation behavior. This component is upgraded from time to time.
* **hiredis** is the official C client library for Redis. It is used by redis-cli, redis-benchmark and Redis Sentinel. It is part of the Redis official ecosystem but is developed externally from the Redis repository, so we just upgrade it as needed.
* **linenoise** is a readline replacement. It is developed by the same authors of Redis but is managed as a separated project and updated as needed.
* **lua** is Lua 5.1 with minor changes for security and additional libraries.
How to upgrade the above dependencies
===
Jemalloc
---
Jemalloc is modified with changes that allow us to implement the Redis
active defragmentation logic. However this feature of Redis is not mandatory
and Redis is able to understand if the Jemalloc version it is compiled
against supports such Redis-specific modifications. So in theory, if you
are not interested in the active defragmentation, you can replace Jemalloc
just following tose steps:
1. Remove the jemalloc directory.
2. Substitute it with the new jemalloc source tree.
3. Edit the Makefile located in the same directory as the README you are
reading, and change the --with-version in the Jemalloc configure script
options with the version you are using. This is required because otherwise
Jemalloc configuration script is broken and will not work nested in another
git repository.
However note that we change Jemalloc settings via the `configure` script of Jemalloc using the `--with-lg-quantum` option, setting it to the value of 3 instead of 4. This provides us with more size classes that better suit the Redis data structures, in order to gain memory efficiency.
If you want to upgrade Jemalloc while also providing support for
active defragmentation, in addition to the above steps you need to perform
the following additional steps:
5. In Jemalloc tree, file `include/jemalloc/jemalloc_macros.h.in`, make sure
to add `#define JEMALLOC_FRAG_HINT`.
6. Implement the function `je_get_defrag_hint()` inside `src/jemalloc.c`. You
can see how it is implemented in the current Jemalloc source tree shipped
with Redis, and rewrite it according to the new Jemalloc internals, if they
changed, otherwise you could just copy the old implementation if you are
upgrading just to a similar version of Jemalloc.
Hiredis
---
Hiredis uses the SDS string library, that must be the same version used inside Redis itself. Hiredis is also very critical for Sentinel. Historically Redis often used forked versions of hiredis in a way or the other. In order to upgrade it is advised to take a lot of care:
1. Check with diff if hiredis API changed and what impact it could have in Redis.
2. Make sure that the SDS library inside Hiredis and inside Redis are compatible.
3. After the upgrade, run the Redis Sentinel test.
4. Check manually that redis-cli and redis-benchmark behave as expected, since we have no tests for CLI utilities currently.
Linenoise
---
Linenoise is rarely upgraded as needed. The upgrade process is trivial since
Redis uses a non modified version of linenoise, so to upgrade just do the
following:
1. Remove the linenoise directory.
2. Substitute it with the new linenoise source tree.
Lua
---
We use Lua 5.1 and no upgrade is planned currently, since we don't want to break
Lua scripts for new Lua features: in the context of Redis Lua scripts the
capabilities of 5.1 are usually more than enough, the release is rock solid,
and we definitely don't want to break old scripts.
So upgrading of Lua is up to the Redis project maintainers and should be a
manual procedure performed by taking a diff between the different versions.
Currently we have at least the following differences between official Lua 5.1
and our version:
1. Makefile is modified to allow a different compiler than GCC.
2. We have the implementation source code, and directly link to the following external libraries: `lua_cjson.o`, `lua_struct.o`, `lua_cmsgpack.o` and `lua_bit.o`.
3. There is a security fix in `ldo.c`, line 498: The check for `LUA_SIGNATURE[0]` is removed in order to avoid direct bytecode execution.
/hiredis-test
/examples/hiredis-example*
/*.o
/*.so
/*.dylib
/*.a
/*.pc
*.dSYM
language: c
sudo: false
compiler:
- gcc
- clang
os:
- linux
- osx
branches:
only:
- staging
- trying
- master
before_script:
- if [ "$TRAVIS_OS_NAME" == "osx" ] ; then brew update; brew install redis; fi
addons:
apt:
packages:
- libc6-dbg
- libc6-dev
- libc6:i386
- libc6-dev-i386
- libc6-dbg:i386
- gcc-multilib
- g++-multilib
- valgrind
env:
- BITS="32"
- BITS="64"
script:
- EXTRA_CMAKE_OPTS="-DENABLE_EXAMPLES:BOOL=ON -DHIREDIS_SSL:BOOL=ON";
if [ "$TRAVIS_OS_NAME" == "osx" ]; then
if [ "$BITS" == "32" ]; then
CFLAGS="-m32 -Werror";
CXXFLAGS="-m32 -Werror";
LDFLAGS="-m32";
EXTRA_CMAKE_OPTS=;
else
CFLAGS="-Werror";
CXXFLAGS="-Werror";
fi;
else
TEST_PREFIX="valgrind --track-origins=yes --leak-check=full";
if [ "$BITS" == "32" ]; then
CFLAGS="-m32 -Werror";
CXXFLAGS="-m32 -Werror";
LDFLAGS="-m32";
EXTRA_CMAKE_OPTS=;
else
CFLAGS="-Werror";
CXXFLAGS="-Werror";
fi;
fi;
export CFLAGS CXXFLAGS LDFLAGS TEST_PREFIX EXTRA_CMAKE_OPTS
- mkdir build/ && cd build/
- cmake .. ${EXTRA_CMAKE_OPTS}
- make VERBOSE=1
- ctest -V
matrix:
include:
# Windows MinGW cross compile on Linux
- os: linux
dist: xenial
compiler: mingw
addons:
apt:
packages:
- ninja-build
- gcc-mingw-w64-x86-64
- g++-mingw-w64-x86-64
script:
- mkdir build && cd build
- CC=x86_64-w64-mingw32-gcc CXX=x86_64-w64-mingw32-g++ cmake .. -G Ninja -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release -DCMAKE_BUILD_WITH_INSTALL_RPATH=on
- ninja -v
# Windows MSVC 2017
- os: windows
compiler: msvc
env:
- MATRIX_EVAL="CC=cl.exe && CXX=cl.exe"
before_install:
- eval "${MATRIX_EVAL}"
install:
- choco install ninja
script:
- mkdir build && cd build
- cmd.exe /C '"C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2017\BuildTools\VC\Auxiliary\Build\vcvarsall.bat" amd64 &&
cmake .. -G Ninja -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release &&
ninja -v'
- ctest -V
### 1.0.0 (unreleased)
**BREAKING CHANGES**:
* Bulk and multi-bulk lengths less than -1 or greater than `LLONG_MAX` are now
protocol errors. This is consistent with the RESP specification. On 32-bit
platforms, the upper bound is lowered to `SIZE_MAX`.
* Change `redisReply.len` to `size_t`, as it denotes the the size of a string
User code should compare this to `size_t` values as well. If it was used to
compare to other values, casting might be necessary or can be removed, if
casting was applied before.
### 0.x.x (unreleased)
**BREAKING CHANGES**:
* Change `redisReply.len` to `size_t`, as it denotes the the size of a string
User code should compare this to `size_t` values as well.
If it was used to compare to other values, casting might be necessary or can be removed, if casting was applied before.
* `redisReplyObjectFunctions.createArray` now takes `size_t` for its length parameter.
### 0.14.0 (2018-09-25)
* Make string2ll static to fix conflict with Redis (Tom Lee [c3188b])
* Use -dynamiclib instead of -shared for OSX (Ryan Schmidt [a65537])
* Use string2ll from Redis w/added tests (Michael Grunder [7bef04, 60f622])
* Makefile - OSX compilation fixes (Ryan Schmidt [881fcb, 0e9af8])
* Remove redundant NULL checks (Justin Brewer [54acc8, 58e6b8])
* Fix bulk and multi-bulk length truncation (Justin Brewer [109197])
* Fix SIGSEGV in OpenBSD by checking for NULL before calling freeaddrinfo (Justin Brewer [546d94])
* Several POSIX compatibility fixes (Justin Brewer [bbeab8, 49bbaa, d1c1b6])
* Makefile - Compatibility fixes (Dimitri Vorobiev [3238cf, 12a9d1])
* Makefile - Fix make install on FreeBSD (Zach Shipko [a2ef2b])
* Makefile - don't assume $(INSTALL) is cp (Igor Gnatenko [725a96])
* Separate side-effect causing function from assert and small cleanup (amallia [b46413, 3c3234])
* Don't send negative values to `__redisAsyncCommand` (Frederik Deweerdt [706129])
* Fix leak if setsockopt fails (Frederik Deweerdt [e21c9c])
* Fix libevent leak (zfz [515228])
* Clean up GCC warning (Ichito Nagata [2ec774])
* Keep track of errno in `__redisSetErrorFromErrno()` as snprintf may use it (Jin Qing [25cd88])
* Solaris compilation fix (Donald Whyte [41b07d])
* Reorder linker arguments when building examples (Tustfarm-heart [06eedd])
* Keep track of subscriptions in case of rapid subscribe/unsubscribe (Hyungjin Kim [073dc8, be76c5, d46999])
* libuv use after free fix (Paul Scott [cbb956])
* Properly close socket fd on reconnect attempt (WSL [64d1ec])
* Skip valgrind in OSX tests (Jan-Erik Rediger [9deb78])
* Various updates for Travis testing OSX (Ted Nyman [fa3774, 16a459, bc0ea5])
* Update libevent (Chris Xin [386802])
* Change sds.h for building in C++ projects (Ali Volkan ATLI [f5b32e])
* Use proper format specifier in redisFormatSdsCommandArgv (Paulino Huerta, Jan-Erik Rediger [360a06, 8655a6])
* Better handling of NULL reply in example code (Jan-Erik Rediger [1b8ed3])
* Prevent overflow when formatting an error (Jan-Erik Rediger [0335cb])
* Compatibility fix for strerror_r (Tom Lee [bb1747])
* Properly detect integer parse/overflow errors (Justin Brewer [93421f])
* Adds CI for Windows and cygwin fixes (owent, [6c53d6, 6c3e40])
* Catch a buffer overflow when formatting the error message
* Import latest upstream sds. This breaks applications that are linked against the old hiredis v0.13
* Fix warnings, when compiled with -Wshadow
* Make hiredis compile in Cygwin on Windows, now CI-tested
* Bulk and multi-bulk lengths less than -1 or greater than `LLONG_MAX` are now
protocol errors. This is consistent with the RESP specification. On 32-bit
platforms, the upper bound is lowered to `SIZE_MAX`.
* Remove backwards compatibility macro's
This removes the following old function aliases, use the new name now:
| Old | New |
| --------------------------- | ---------------------- |
| redisReplyReaderCreate | redisReaderCreate |
| redisReplyReaderCreate | redisReaderCreate |
| redisReplyReaderFree | redisReaderFree |
| redisReplyReaderFeed | redisReaderFeed |
| redisReplyReaderGetReply | redisReaderGetReply |
| redisReplyReaderSetPrivdata | redisReaderSetPrivdata |
| redisReplyReaderGetObject | redisReaderGetObject |
| redisReplyReaderGetError | redisReaderGetError |
* The `DEBUG` variable in the Makefile was renamed to `DEBUG_FLAGS`
Previously it broke some builds for people that had `DEBUG` set to some arbitrary value,
due to debugging other software.
By renaming we avoid unintentional name clashes.
Simply rename `DEBUG` to `DEBUG_FLAGS` in your environment to make it working again.
### 0.13.3 (2015-09-16)
* Revert "Clear `REDIS_CONNECTED` flag when connection is closed".
* Make tests pass on FreeBSD (Thanks, Giacomo Olgeni)
If the `REDIS_CONNECTED` flag is cleared,
the async onDisconnect callback function will never be called.
This causes problems as the disconnect is never reported back to the user.
### 0.13.2 (2015-08-25)
* Prevent crash on pending replies in async code (Thanks, @switch-st)
* Clear `REDIS_CONNECTED` flag when connection is closed (Thanks, Jerry Jacobs)
* Add MacOS X addapter (Thanks, @dizzus)
* Add Qt adapter (Thanks, Pietro Cerutti)
* Add Ivykis adapter (Thanks, Gergely Nagy)
All adapters are provided as is and are only tested where possible.
### 0.13.1 (2015-05-03)
This is a bug fix release.
The new `reconnect` method introduced new struct members, which clashed with pre-defined names in pre-C99 code.
Another commit forced C99 compilation just to make it work, but of course this is not desirable for outside projects.
Other non-C99 code can now use hiredis as usual again.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
* Fix memory leak in async reply handling (Salvatore Sanfilippo)
* Rename struct member to avoid name clash with pre-c99 code (Alex Balashov, ncopa)
### 0.13.0 (2015-04-16)
This release adds a minimal Windows compatibility layer.
The parser, standalone since v0.12.0, can now be compiled on Windows
(and thus used in other client libraries as well)
* Windows compatibility layer for parser code (tzickel)
* Properly escape data printed to PKGCONF file (Dan Skorupski)
* Fix tests when assert() undefined (Keith Bennett, Matt Stancliff)
* Implement a reconnect method for the client context, this changes the structure of `redisContext` (Aaron Bedra)
### 0.12.1 (2015-01-26)
* Fix `make install`: DESTDIR support, install all required files, install PKGCONF in proper location
* Fix `make test` as 32 bit build on 64 bit platform
### 0.12.0 (2015-01-22)
* Add optional KeepAlive support
* Try again on EINTR errors
* Add libuv adapter
* Add IPv6 support
* Remove possibility of multiple close on same fd
* Add ability to bind source address on connect
* Add redisConnectFd() and redisFreeKeepFd()
* Fix getaddrinfo() memory leak
* Free string if it is unused (fixes memory leak)
* Improve redisAppendCommandArgv performance 2.5x
* Add support for SO_REUSEADDR
* Fix redisvFormatCommand format parsing
* Add GLib 2.0 adapter
* Refactor reading code into read.c
* Fix errno error buffers to not clobber errors
* Generate pkgconf during build
* Silence _BSD_SOURCE warnings
* Improve digit counting for multibulk creation
### 0.11.0
* Increase the maximum multi-bulk reply depth to 7.
* Increase the read buffer size from 2k to 16k.
* Use poll(2) instead of select(2) to support large fds (>= 1024).
### 0.10.1
* Makefile overhaul. Important to check out if you override one or more
variables using environment variables or via arguments to the "make" tool.
* Issue #45: Fix potential memory leak for a multi bulk reply with 0 elements
being created by the default reply object functions.
* Issue #43: Don't crash in an asynchronous context when Redis returns an error
reply after the connection has been made (this happens when the maximum
number of connections is reached).
### 0.10.0
* See commit log.
CMAKE_MINIMUM_REQUIRED(VERSION 3.4.0)
INCLUDE(GNUInstallDirs)
PROJECT(hiredis)
OPTION(ENABLE_SSL "Build hiredis_ssl for SSL support" OFF)
MACRO(getVersionBit name)
SET(VERSION_REGEX "^#define ${name} (.+)$")
FILE(STRINGS "${CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR}/hiredis.h"
VERSION_BIT REGEX ${VERSION_REGEX})
STRING(REGEX REPLACE ${VERSION_REGEX} "\\1" ${name} "${VERSION_BIT}")
ENDMACRO(getVersionBit)
getVersionBit(HIREDIS_MAJOR)
getVersionBit(HIREDIS_MINOR)
getVersionBit(HIREDIS_PATCH)
getVersionBit(HIREDIS_SONAME)
SET(VERSION "${HIREDIS_MAJOR}.${HIREDIS_MINOR}.${HIREDIS_PATCH}")
MESSAGE("Detected version: ${VERSION}")
PROJECT(hiredis VERSION "${VERSION}")
SET(ENABLE_EXAMPLES OFF CACHE BOOL "Enable building hiredis examples")
ADD_LIBRARY(hiredis SHARED
async.c
dict.c
hiredis.c
net.c
read.c
sds.c
sockcompat.c)
SET_TARGET_PROPERTIES(hiredis
PROPERTIES
VERSION "${HIREDIS_SONAME}")