Build(deps): Bump redis from 4.1.4 to 4.2.1 (PR #10026)

Bumps redis from 4.1.4 to 4.2.1.

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4.2.1

  • Fix exists? returning an actual boolean when called with multiple keys. See #918.
  • Setting Redis.exists_returns_integer = false disables warning message about new behaviour. See #920.

4.2.0

  • Convert commands to accept keyword arguments rather than option hashes. This both help catching typos, and reduce needless allocations.
  • Deprecate the synchrony driver. It will be removed in 5.0 and hopefully maintained as a separate gem. See #915.
  • Make Redis#exists variadic, will return an Integer if called with multiple keys.
  • Add Redis#exists? to get a Boolean if any of the keys exists.
  • Redis#exists when called with a single key will warn that future versions will return an Integer. Set Redis.exists_returns_integer = true to opt-in to the new behavior.
  • Support keepttl ooption in set. See #913.
  • Optimized initialization of Redis::Cluster. See #912.
  • Accept sentinel options even with string key. See #599.
  • Verify TLS connections by default. See #900.
Commits
  • 4018e50 Release 4.2.1
  • 8e93b7c Merge pull request #920 from simonrussell/silence-exists-message
  • 4d72b11 Add ability to silence exists warning message.
  • 8982fa2 Merge pull request #918 from tgxworld/fix_exists
  • 525a93e Fix Redis#exists? to return boolean value for multiple key match.
  • 850ab84 Merge pull request #916 from orien/gem-metadata
  • fd976f4 Add project metadata to the gemspec
  • da95845 Release 4.2.0
  • 1e5d0a1 Convert commands to accept keyword arguments rather than option hashes.
  • 8669555 Deprecate the synchrony driver
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Looks like redis is up-to-date now, so this is no longer needed.