Redict release candidate 7.3.0-rc1 is now available: call for testing

Redict release candidate 7.3.0-rc1 is now available: call for testing
Drew DeVault

March 26, 2024

The initial release candidate for Redict’s first general release, 7.3.0-rc1, is now available for download and testing. You can find the release on Codeberg:

Redict 7.3.0-rc1

Update: 7.3.0-rc2 is now available, with two minor changes from rc1:

Redict 7.3.0-rc2

First time here? Redict is an independent fork of Redis®* OSS 7.2.4 licensed under the Lesser GNU General Public license (LGPL-3.0-only). Redict is not affiliated with Redis®. See the announcement for more details.

The intended audience for this release is those who can build Redict from source and test it for compatibility with their existing Redis®* databases, as well as provide feedback generally on the release. As such, users of this release should be relatively sophisticated, expert-level users, rather than a general audience.

Note that we are still working on building out the documentation for Redict on this website. A migration and compatibility guide is partially available, but users of this release are expected to be able to mostly get by on their own.

If you encounter any issues with this release, please report them on Codeberg.

Thank you, and enjoy!

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* Redis is a registered trademark of Redis Ltd. Any rights therein are reserved to Redis Ltd. Any use by the Redict project is for referential purposes only and does not indicate any sponsorship, endorsement or affiliation between Redis and the Redict project.