C++ Implementation of Succinct (http://succinct.cs.berkeley.edu).
Succinct is a data-store than enables queries directly on a compressed representation of data. With basic primitives of random acces, search and fast counts of arbitrary substrings on unstructured data (flat files), Succinct can provide a rich set of queries on semi-structured or structured data without requiring any secondary indexes.
- C++11 support
- CMake build system
- Thrift for its
To build Succinct, run:
To clean-up build files, run:
To see how Succinct's core data structures can be used, find examples in examples/src.
The example in compress.cc shows how Succinct can be used to compress input files (for both flat-file and key-value interfaces), while example programs in query_file.cc and query_kv.cc show how the compressed files can be queried.
Starting Succinct as a Service
TODO: Add description of how
sbin/ scripts can be used.