Flask-Redis v0.3.0 Release Notes

Release Date: 2016-07-18 // over 5 years ago
    • Backwards incompatible: The FlaskRedis.init_app method no longer takes
      a strict parameter. Pass this flag when creating your FlaskRedis
      instance, instead.
    • Backwards incompatible: The extension will now be registered under the
      0️⃣ (lowercased) config prefix of the instance. The default config prefix is
      'REDIS', so unless you change that, you can still access the extension via
      app.extensions['redis'] as before.
    • Backwards incompatible: The default class has been changed to
      redis.StrictRedis. You can switch back to the old redis.Redis class by
      specifying strict=False in the FlaskRedis kwargs.
    • 👍 You can now pass all supported Redis keyword arguments (such as
      decode_responses) to FlaskRedis and they will be correctly passed over
      to the redis-py instance. Thanks, @giyyapan!
    • Usage like redis_store['key'] = value, redis_store['key'], and
      👍 del redis_store['key'] is now supported. Thanks, @ariscn!