large-memory key-value pair store for Python
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Latest commit 712db95 May 26, 2013 @atveit atveit update to python 2.7
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.idea in progress mr code Aug 23, 2012
atbr added timing on osx for loading data Dec 9, 2012
atbrjudy added a simple judyhash test, for later integration May 3, 2012
atbrthrift more python packaging Jul 25, 2012
atbrtst integrating values with atbrtst Aug 28, 2012
blogposts fixed bug in calculation and added better encoding example May 16, 2012
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FEATURES added features file May 2, 2012 removed boost-requirement Apr 27, 2012 updated readme Apr 30, 2012
pip_requirements.txt updated setup May 2, 2012 preliminary skeleton code for chatting with zookeeper May 9, 2012 added swig access to atbrtst client Aug 14, 2012 update to python 2.7 May 26, 2013


What is atbr?

large-scale in-memory key-value pair store for Python

Why atbr?

1) Modern boxes have 10-100s of Gigabytes of RAM

2) Gigabyte+-size Python dictionaries are slow to fill

4) Gigabyte+-size dictionaries are fun to use

5) atbr is fast - using C++-based key-value store

Where is the documentation?