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Old 12-17-2011, 10:37 AM
Philip Ashmore
 
Default Bug#652425: Acknowledgement (ITP: treedb -- on-disk memory library)

Long description:
treedb can implement malloc functionality, and much more!
Need a heap that allocates of a fixed size chunk of memory? No problem.
But where treedb comes into its own is when it comes to allocating from a
mmap()ed disk file - the memory becomes persistent.
.
If you follow the tests/examples, you too can store dictionaries,
trees, lists
or whatever you can think of in disk-based memory, just an open() and
mmap()

away.
.
Treedb comes with an AVL tree, doubly-linked-list and
variable-entry-sized-array

implementations for you to use in your data structures.


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