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Redis Roadmap to 2.0

On April 1st, Redis is entering feature freeze phase preparing for the upcoming 2.0 version. Below is the ☞ list of remaining tasks to be completed before the release will go out:

  • Redis versioning and releases documentation
  • zipmaps defragmentation (merge Pieter work)
  • Input validation for integer arguments (merge Alex work)
  • BLPOP tests, in gereral ability to do multi-client tests in test-redis.tcl
  • SETEX (Set + Expire)
  • CI (continuous integration testing), with valgrind and different redis.conf
  • Virtual Memory proof reading
  • Consistency in MULTI/EXEC + AOF. Write the AOF only when EXEC finished.
  • Trace/Fix VM bug about assert (see bug2.txt)
  • Don’t save empty values in .rdb files
  • Pub/Sub: rename “class” into “channel”
  • SORT BY key->field and GET key->field
  • Create a Redis Google Group about Redis client lib. Migrate to new protocol.
  • Weeks of stress testing, source coverage tests
  • Make redis-tools better to stress test more the VM implementation
  • Pattern matching capabilites for Pub/Sub

This is definitely much more serious than Redis support for SQL.