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#!/usr/bin/env perl

use strict;
use warnings;

use lib 'definitions';

use Zing::Repo;

=pod explain

- zing-repo is the key/val and pub/sub data store superclass
- it uses Zing/Store operations to perform its operations
- you shouldn't use it directly, but instead, use it to build other abstractions
- you may notice in the output that "repo keys present" doesn't include a key ...
- for "actions", because the actions data-structure is a list which gets deleted ...
- once all the elements have been removed (pop'd)


my $r = Zing::Repo->new(name => 'system');

my $state = $r->term('state');
my $actions = $r->term('actions');

warn 'repo send to state', ' ', $r->store->send($state, {created => time});
warn 'repo recv from state', ' ', $r->store->recv($state)->{created};
warn 'repo state term', ' ', $state;
warn 'repo actions push', ' ', $r->store->rpush($actions, {created => time});
warn 'repo actions pull', ' ', $r->store->lpull($actions)->{created};
warn 'repo actions size', ' ', $r->store->size($actions);
warn 'repo actions term', ' ', $actions;

my $i = join ", ", @{$r->search->where(bucket => '*')->results};

warn 'repo keys present', ' ', $i;
warn 'repo data saved under', ' ', $r->term;