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Python Whoosh With Redis Storage

Zohaib Sibt-e-Hassan:

For me Redis can turn out to be an excellent inverted index storage system due to its available data-structures. I won’t be implementing anything from scratch or anything; but just to kick off and get some more minds into circle, I took whoosh (no particular reason) and tried to modify its storage for Redis, so that it becomes a semi equivalent of RamStorage.

Data structures and efficient specialized operations can indeed be the building blocks for implementing inverted index storages.

Original title and link: Python Whoosh With Redis Storage (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)