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Redis Desktop Manager

Building and running the Redis Desktop Manager applicaiton on MacOSX

Notes

Building from source MacOSX

Following the instructions online..

Pre-requisites:

  • Xcode and Homebrew - already installed
  • brew install openssl cmake python3
  • Install Qt 5.9. Add Qt Creator and under Qt 5.9.x add Qt Charts module (actual version installed: 5.9.9)

Get the source and prepare for build:

$ git clone --recursive https://github.com/uglide/RedisDesktopManager.git -b 2019 rdm && cd ./rdm
$ cd ./src && cp ./resources/Info.plist.sample ./resources/Info.plist

Install Python requirements

# in rdm/src
pip3 install -t ../bin/osx/release -r py/requirements.txt

Open the project rdm/src/rdm.pro in Qt Creator and build.

qt_build

It will make a “Redis Desktop Manager” executable:

$ ls -al rdm/bin/osx/debug/Redis*
-rwxr-xr-x@ 1 paulgallagher  staff  8931480 Mar 22 09:03 rdm/bin/osx/debug/Redis Desktop Manager

Running the app - works just fine!

Using it to inspect keys:

rdm_inspect

And inspecting server stats:

rdm_server_stats

Credits and References

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