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+2008-12-17 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
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+ * tchdb.c (tchdbforeach): global locking was replaced by record locking.
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+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbforeachimpl): cache adjustment was added.
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbmisc): new function.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.26
+
+2008-12-16 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbsearchleaf): performance was improved.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.25
+
+2008-12-08 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmdbforeach, tcmdbforeachimpl): new functions.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcndbforeach, tcndbforeachimpl): new functions.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tctreenew2, tcndbnew2): type of the comparison function was modified.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcstrdist, tcstrdistutf): maximum memory usage was limited.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbforeach, tchdbforeachimpl): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdboptimizeimpl): performance was improved.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbforeach, tcbdbforeachimpl): new functions.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbsetcmpfunc): BDBCMP was changed to TCCMP.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbcmplexical, tcbdbcmpdecimal, tcbdbcmpint32, tcbdbcmpint64): removed.
+
+ * tcfdb.c (tcfdbforeach, tcfdbforeachimpl): new functions.
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbomode, tcadbreveal): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.24
+
+2008-12-03 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbtranbegin): conbination of non-transaction and transaction became safer.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.23
+
+2008-11-28 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapput3, tcmdbput3, tcmapputcat3, tcmdbputcat3): new functions.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tctreeput3, tcndbput3): new functions.
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbput, tcadbputcat): LRU rule is now strictly applied.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.22
+
+2008-11-22 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbwalrestore): a bug on systems without unified buffer cache was fixed.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.21
+
+2008-11-21 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbtranbegin, tchdbtrancommit, tchdbtranabort): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.20
+
+2008-11-19 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbaddint, tchdbadddouble): bugs related to the return value were fixed.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.19
+
+2008-11-10 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcptrlistnew, tcptrlistdel): new functions.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbputimpl, tcbdboutimpl, tcbdbgetimpl): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.18
+
+2008-11-07 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmdbnew, tcmdbdel, tcmdbopen, tcmdbclose): new functions.
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbnew, tcadbdel): on-memory tree database is now supported.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.17
+
+2008-10-30 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapdup): performance was improved.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tctreenew, tctreedel, tctreeopen, tctreeclose): new functions.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcsystem): new function.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbopenimpl): memory usage of reader declined.
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbsync, tcadbcopy): on-memory database is now supported.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.16
+
+2008-10-20 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapput, tcmapout, tcmapget): performance was improved.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcnumtobinstr): new function.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbbidx): performance was improved.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.15
+
+2008-10-05 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * myconf.h: missing features of PATH_MAX and nan is now emulated.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tczeromap, tczerounmap): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.14
+
+2008-10-19 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmdbadddouble): NAN were replaced by the nan function.
+
+ * Makefile.in: the compilation command now supports Solaris.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.13
+
+2008-10-05 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tchexencode, tchexdecode): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbaddint): a bug of error code setting was fixed.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.12
+
+2008-09-23 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbputimpl): performance of the ADDINT mode was improved.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbleafaddrec): performance of the ADDINT mode was improved.
+
+ * tcfdb.c (tcfdbputimpl): performance of the ADDINT mode was improved.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcpagealign): new function.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbsetxmsiz): the parameter is now rounded up to multiple of the page size.
+
+ * tcfdb.c (tcfdbtune): the parameter is now rounded up to multiple of the page size.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tcseekwrite, tcseekread, tcseekreadtry): page border handling was added.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.11
+
+2008-09-20 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcunlock): new function.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbsetmutex): useless locking was eliminated.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbsetmutex): useless locking was eliminated.
+
+ * tcfdb.c (tcfdbsetmutex): useless locking was eliminated.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.10
+
+2008-09-10 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdblockallrecords, tchdbunlockallrecords): new functions.
+
+ * tcfdb.c (tcfdblockallrecords, tcfdbunlockallrecords): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.9
+
+2008-09-05 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapaddint, tcmapadddouble): checking data size was added.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.8
+
+2008-09-03 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapaddint, tcmapadddouble): type of the return value was changed.
+
+ * tcfdb.c (tcfdbkeytoid): added as API.
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbaddint, tcadbadddouble): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.7
+
+2008-09-03 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tclrand, tcdrand): a bug of overflow on 64-bit environment was fixed.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmdbaddint, tcmdbadddouble): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbaddint, tchdbadddouble): new functions.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbaddint, tcbdbadddouble): new functions.
+
+ * tcfdb.c (tcfdbaddint, tcfdbadddouble): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.6
+
+2008-08-25 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcatoi): new function.
+
+ * tchdb.c (HDBDEFBNUM): increased for typical usecases.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (BDBDEFBNUM): increased for typical usecases.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbsetxmsiz, tchdbxmsiz): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.5
+
+2008-08-23 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tcseekreadtry): new function.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.4
+
+2008-08-20 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdblockrecord, tchdbunlockrecord): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbputimpl, tchdboutimpl, tchdbgutimpl): concurrency was improved.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.3
+
+2008-08-01 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapaddint, tcmapput3, tcmdbput3): mismatch of signature was fixed.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapadddouble): new function.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.2
+
+2008-07-29 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbopen): "opts=b" option is now supported.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.1
+
+2008-07-15 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmd5hash): new function.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcchidxnew, tcchidxdel, tcchidxhash): refactoring.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcbzipencode, tcbzipdecode): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbsetcodecfunc, tchdbcodecfunc): new functions.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbsetcodecfunc, tcbdbcodecfunc): new functions.
+
+ * md5.h, md5.c: new files, whose author is L. Peter Deutsch.
+
+ * myconf.c (_tc_bzcompress_impl, _tc_bzdecompress_impl): new functions.
+
+ * myconf.c (_tc_recencode, _tc_recdecode): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.3.0
+
+2008-07-11 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbcacheclear): new function.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbcacheclear): new function.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.12
+
+2008-07-08 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapkeys2, tcmapvals2): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdboptimizeimpl): user meta data is now to be copied.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.11
+
+2008-07-01 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcjetlag): missing of the "timezone" variable is now allowed.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.10
+
+2008-06-17 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcjetlag): new function.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmkgmtime): a bug related to time difference was fixed.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbgetnext, tchdbgetnext2): new functions.
+
+ * tchtest.c (runwrite, procwrite): "-rnd" option was added.
+
+ * tcbtest.c (runwrite, procwrite): "-rnd" option was added.
+
+ * tcftest.c (runwrite, procwrite): "-rnd" option was added.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.9
+
+2008-06-01 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcerrmsg): new function.
+
+ * tcfdb.h, tcfdb.c: new files.
+
+ * tcadb.c: fixed-length database is now supported.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.8
+
+2008-05-23 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcchordnew, tcchorddel, tcchordhash): new functions.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbleafload, tcbdbnodeload): memory leak bugs with multi-thread were fixed.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.7
+
+2008-05-01 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * myconf.h: code cleanup.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmimebreak, tcmimeparts): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c, tcbdb.c, tcadb.c: "free" was replaced by "tcfree".
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbtrancommit, tcbdbtranabort): cache adjustment was added.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbsetecode): a bug of processing unopened files was fixed.
+
+ * tcawmgr.c: new file.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.6
+
+2008-04-22 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbcmpdecimal, tcbdbcmpint32, tcbdbcmpint64): bugs of overflow were fixed.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.5
+
+2008-04-13 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbopenimpl): comparison function checking was added.
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbopen): "capnum" option is now supported for B+ tree.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.4
+
+2008-04-07 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcregexmatch, tcregexreplace, tcglobpat): new functions.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbcmpfunc, tcbdbcmpop): new functions.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdboptimizeimpl): leaf size limitation is now implemented.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbsetcapnum): new function.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.3
+
+2008-03-19 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapnew2): "calloc" is now used.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbputimpl): algorithm to divide large leaves was modified.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.2
+
+2008-03-13 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tclistelemcmp, tclistelemcmpci): bugs about multibyte ordering were fixed.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tclistsortex): new function.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbsetecode): new function.
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbopen): "c", "t", "e", and "w" options were added.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.1
+
+2008-02-18 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcmdb.c (tcmdbfwmkeys, tcmdbfwmkeys2): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbfwmkeys, tchdbfwmkeys2): new functions.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbfwmkeys, tcbdbfwmkeys2): new functions instead of "tcbdbrange3".
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbfwmkeys, tcadbfwmkeys2): new functions.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbrangeimpl): a bug related to mutex operation was fixed.
+
+ - The library version was bumped up for some binary packages.
+
+ - Release: 1.2.0
+
+2008-02-15 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcbwtsortchrcount): time efficiency was improved.
+
+ - The library version was bumped up for some binary packages.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.15
+
+2008-02-05 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcatest.c (runwicked, procwicked): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.14
+
+2008-01-30 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tctime): measure unit was changed to in seconds.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbcopy): shared lock is now used.
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbsync, tcadbcopy): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.13
+
+2008-01-23 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbleafkill, tcbdbnodesubidx): new functions.
+
+ * tcbtest.c (runqueue, procqueue): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.12
+
+2008-01-20 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapmsiz, tcmdbmsiz, tcadbsize): new functions.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcglobalmutexshared): new function.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcglobalmutexinit, tcglobalmutexdestroy): new functions.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcreadfile): a bug related to the size assignment was fixed.
+
+ * tcadb.c (tcadbopen): "capsiz" parameter was added.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.11
+
+2008-01-17 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tclistshift, tclistshift2): memory alignment was improved.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcvxstrprintf): a bug related to format of long long integer was fixed.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.10
+
+2008-01-10 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmdbvsiz, tcmdbvsiz2): new functions.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmdbiternext): a bug related to handling sparse map was fixed.
+
+ * tcadb.h, tcadb.c: new files.
+
+ * tcatest.c, tcadb.c: new files.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.9
+
+2008-01-03 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcstrutftoucs, tcstrucstoutf, tcstrjoin): new function.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcstrdist, tcstrdistutf): new function.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.8
+
+2007-12-28 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * myconf.h: some header includings were removed for environments not conforming to C99.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tctccalendar, tcdatestrwww, tcdatestrhttp): new functions.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapaddint): new function.
+
+ * tcucodec.c (rundate, procdate): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.7
+
+2007-12-24 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tcseekread, tcseekwrite): pread and pwrite were to be used.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.6
+
+2007-12-21 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmdbnew, tcmdbput, tcmdbget): concurrency was improved.
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmapcutfront, tcmdbcutfront): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbasyncimpl): large deferred buffer was to be flushed.
+
+ * tcumttest.c: new file.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.5
+
+2007-12-19 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tclrand, tcdrand, tcdrandnd): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbcacheadjust): count checking was removed.
+
+ * tchmttest.c (myrandnd): new function.
+
+ * tcbmttest.c (myrandnd): new function.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.4
+
+2007-12-10 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcglobalmutexlock): the type of the global mutex was changed to rwlock.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbsetmutex, tchdbopenimpl): multiple reading file descriptors were added.
+
+ * tchmttest.c (runtypical, proctypical): reading ratio assignment was added.
+
+ * tcbmttest.c (runtypical, proctypical): reading ratio assignment was added.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.3
+
+2007-12-08 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcmpoolput): mutex for operations was added.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.2
+
+2007-12-08 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcberencode, tcberdecode): new functions.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbleafload): speed was improved.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.1
+
+2007-12-07 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbsetcache): new function.
+
+ * tchmttest.c (procwrite, procread): random mode was added.
+
+ * tcbmttest.c (procwrite, procread): random mode was added.
+
+ - Release: 1.1.0
+
+2007-12-01 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchmgr.c (procget): a bug related to the open omode was fixed.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbreadrec): a bug related to overflow on 32-bit environment was fixed.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbgetbucket): the type of the return value was changed.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbcurfirst, tcbdbcurnext): cache adjustment was to be performed.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbrange, tcbdbrange2, tcbdbrange3): new functions.
+
+ * tchmgr.c (proclist): "-m" option was added.
+
+ * tchmgr.c (procimporttsv): new function.
+
+ * tcbmgr.c (proclist): "-m", "-rb", and "-rp" options were added.
+
+ * tcbmgr.c (procimporttsv): new function.
+
+ - Release: 1.0.9
+
+2007-11-28 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchmttest.c (threadtypical): a test case was added.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbfbpmerge): a bug related to iterator was fixed.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbgetimpl): a bug related to concurrent cache cleaning was fixed.
+
+ - Release: 1.0.8
+
+2007-11-20 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdblockmethod): a bug related to R/W lock was fixed.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdblockmethod): a bug related to R/W lock was fixed.
+
+ * tchdb.c, tcbdb.c: locking functions were re-imlemented as macros.
+
+ * tchmttest.c, tcbmttest.c: test cases of typical operations were added.
+
+ * tokyocabinet.idl: methods handling list parameters were added.
+
+ - Release: 1.0.7
+
+2007-11-15 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdboptimize): the default behaviour of bnum was changed.
+
+ - Release: 1.0.6
+
+2007-11-10 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcutil.c (tcrealpath, tccopyfile): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbcopy): new function.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbcopy): new function.
+
+ - Release: 1.0.5
+
+2007-11-10 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbtune): comparing functions were optimized with macros.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbsetlsmax): new function.
+
+ * myconf.c, tcutil.c, tchdb.c, tcbdb.c: code cleanup and optimization.
+
+ - Release: 1.0.4
+
+2007-11-08 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbleafsave, tcbdbleafload): warnings on 64-bit system were cleared.
+
+ * configure.in: 64-bit offset mode for 32-bit system was added.
+
+ * Makefile.in: Mac OS X is now supported.
+
+ - Release: 1.0.3
+
+2007-11-01 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbdel): a bug that opened database was not closed was fixed.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbcurout): a bug of deleting always the first value was fixed.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbopenimpl): a potential bug of not initializing meta data was fixed.
+
+ * tcutil.h, tchdb.h, tcbdb.h: wrapped in C linkage block for C++.
+
+ * tokyocabinet.idl: definition of constants were added.
+
+ - commands for performance test were added.
+
+ - Release: 1.0.2
+
+2007-10-28 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tchdboptimize): a bug related to custom comparison function was fixed.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbleafsave): empty pages was to be removed for time space efficiency.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbputdup3): new function.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbvanish): new function.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbvanish): new function.
+
+ * tokyocabinet.idl: new file.
+
+ - Release: 1.0.1
+
+2007-10-24 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tokyocabinet.pc.in: new file.
+
+ - document files were fulfilled.
+
+ - Release: 1.0.0
+
+2007-10-15 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tchdbtranbegin): locking mode was aolished.
+
+ * tcbdb.c (tcbdbsetcmpfunc): new function.
+
+ - Release: 0.4.1
+
+2007-10-11 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbopenimpl): database corruption was to be handled automatically.
+
+ * tcbdb.c, tcbtest.c, tcbmttest.c, tcbmgr.c: new files.
+
+ - Release: 0.4.0
+
+2007-09-09 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbsetmutex, tchdblockobj, tchdbunlockobj): new functions.
+
+ * tchmttest.c: new file.
+
+ - Release: 0.3.4
+
+2007-09-05 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbopen): TCBS compression mode is now supported.
+
+ - Release: 0.3.3
+
+2007-09-01 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tcbsencode, tcbsdecode): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 0.3.2
+
+2007-08-25 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tcpackencode, tcpackdecode): new functions.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tcbwtencode, tcbwtdecode): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 0.3.1
+
+2007-08-22 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbputasync, tchdbputasync2): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 0.3.0
+
+2007-08-18 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdboptimize): a bug causing data corruption was fixed.
+
+ - Release: 0.2.8
+
+2007-08-15 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdboptimize): new function.
+
+ - Release: 0.2.7
+
+2007-08-14 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbsavefbp, tchdbloadfbp): a bug related to 64-bit support was fixed.
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbreadrec, tchdbwriterec): a bug related to 64-bit support was fixed.
+
+ - Release: 0.2.6
+
+2007-08-13 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ * tchdb.c (tchdbsavefbp, tchdbloadfbp): new functions.
+
+ - Release: 0.2.5
+
+2007-08-12 Mikio Hirabayashi <mikio@users.sourceforge.net>
+
+ - The initial version.
+
+ - Release: 0.2.4
+
610 Makefile.in
@@ -0,0 +1,610 @@
+# Makefile for Tokyo Cabinet
+
+
+
+#================================================================
+# Setting Variables
+#================================================================
+
+
+# Generic settings
+SHELL = @SHELL@
+
+# Package information
+PACKAGE = @PACKAGE_NAME@
+VERSION = @PACKAGE_VERSION@
+PACKAGEDIR = $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION)
+PACKAGETGZ = $(PACKAGE)-$(VERSION).tar.gz
+LIBVER = @MYLIBVER@
+LIBREV = @MYLIBREV@
+FORMATVER = @MYFORMATVER@
+
+# Targets
+HEADERFILES = @MYHEADERFILES@
+LIBRARYFILES = @MYLIBRARYFILES@
+LIBOBJFILES = @MYLIBOBJFILES@
+COMMANDFILES = @MYCOMMANDFILES@
+CGIFILES = @MYCGIFILES@
+MAN1FILES = @MYMAN1FILES@
+MAN3FILES = @MYMAN3FILES@
+DOCUMENTFILES = @MYDOCUMENTFILES@
+PCFILES = @MYPCFILES@
+
+# Install destinations
+prefix = @prefix@
+exec_prefix = @exec_prefix@
+datarootdir = @datarootdir@
+INCLUDEDIR = @includedir@
+LIBDIR = @libdir@
+BINDIR = @bindir@
+LIBEXECDIR = @libexecdir@
+DATADIR = @datadir@/$(PACKAGE)
+MAN1DIR = @mandir@/man1
+MAN3DIR = @mandir@/man3
+PCDIR = @libdir@/pkgconfig
+DESTDIR =
+
+# Building configuration
+CC = @CC@
+CPPFLAGS = @MYCPPFLAGS@ \
+ -D_TC_PREFIX="\"$(prefix)\"" -D_TC_INCLUDEDIR="\"$(INCLUDEDIR)\"" \
+ -D_TC_LIBDIR="\"$(LIBDIR)\"" -D_TC_BINDIR="\"$(BINDIR)\"" -D_TC_LIBEXECDIR="\"$(LIBEXECDIR)\"" \
+ -D_TC_APPINC="\"-I$(INCLUDEDIR)\"" -D_TC_APPLIBS="\"-L$(LIBDIR) -ltokyocabinet @LIBS@\""
+CFLAGS = @MYCFLAGS@
+LDFLAGS = @MYLDFLAGS@
+CMDLDFLAGS = @MYCMDLDFLAGS@
+LIBS = @LIBS@
+LDENV = LD_RUN_PATH=/lib:/usr/lib:$(LIBDIR):$(HOME)/lib:/usr/local/lib:@MYRUNPATH@:.
+RUNENV = @MYLDLIBPATHENV@=.:/lib:/usr/lib:$(LIBDIR):$(HOME)/lib:/usr/local/lib:@MYRUNPATH@
+POSTCMD = @MYPOSTCMD@
+
+
+
+#================================================================
+# Suffix rules
+#================================================================
+
+
+.SUFFIXES :
+.SUFFIXES : .c .o
+
+.c.o :
+ $(CC) -c $(CPPFLAGS) $(CFLAGS) $<
+
+
+
+#================================================================
+# Actions
+#================================================================
+
+
+all : $(LIBRARYFILES) $(COMMANDFILES) $(CGIFILES)
+ @$(POSTCMD)
+ @printf '\n'
+ @printf '#================================================================\n'
+ @printf '# Ready to install.\n'
+ @printf '#================================================================\n'
+
+
+clean :
+ rm -rf $(LIBRARYFILES) $(LIBOBJFILES) $(COMMANDFILES) $(CGIFILES) \
+ *.o a.out check.in check.out gmon.out leak.log words.tsv \
+ casket casket-* casket.* *.wal *~ hoge moge
+
+
+version :
+ vernum=`expr $(LIBVER)00 + $(LIBREV)` ; \
+ sed -e 's/_TC_VERSION.*/_TC_VERSION "$(VERSION)"/' \
+ -e "s/_TC_LIBVER.*/_TC_LIBVER $$vernum/" \
+ -e 's/_TC_FORMATVER.*/_TC_FORMATVER "$(FORMATVER)"/' tcutil.h > tcutil.h~
+ [ -f tcutil.h~ ] && mv -f tcutil.h~ tcutil.h
+
+
+untabify :
+ ls *.c *.h *.idl | while read name ; \
+ do \
+ sed -e 's/\t/ /g' -e 's/ *$$//' $$name > $$name~; \
+ [ -f $$name~ ] && mv -f $$name~ $$name ; \
+ done
+
+
+install :
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(INCLUDEDIR)
+ cp -Rf $(HEADERFILES) $(DESTDIR)$(INCLUDEDIR)
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(LIBDIR)
+ cp -Rf $(LIBRARYFILES) $(DESTDIR)$(LIBDIR)
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(BINDIR)
+ cp -Rf $(COMMANDFILES) $(DESTDIR)$(BINDIR)
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(LIBEXECDIR)
+ cp -Rf $(CGIFILES) $(DESTDIR)$(LIBEXECDIR)
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(DATADIR)
+ cp -Rf $(DOCUMENTFILES) $(DESTDIR)$(DATADIR)
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(MAN1DIR)
+ cd man && cp -Rf $(MAN1FILES) $(DESTDIR)$(MAN1DIR)
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(MAN3DIR)
+ cd man && cp -Rf $(MAN3FILES) $(DESTDIR)$(MAN3DIR)
+ mkdir -p $(DESTDIR)$(PCDIR)
+ cp -Rf $(PCFILES) $(DESTDIR)$(PCDIR)
+ @printf '\n'
+ @printf '#================================================================\n'
+ @printf '# Thanks for using Tokyo Cabinet.\n'
+ @printf '#================================================================\n'
+
+
+install-strip :
+ make DESTDIR=$(DESTDIR) install
+ cd $(DESTDIR)$(BINDIR) && strip $(MYCOMMANDS)
+
+
+uninstall :
+ cd $(DESTDIR)$(INCLUDEDIR) && rm -f $(HEADERFILES)
+ cd $(DESTDIR)$(LIBDIR) && rm -f $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ cd $(DESTDIR)$(BINDIR) && rm -f $(COMMANDFILES)
+ cd $(DESTDIR)$(LIBEXECDIR) && rm -f $(CGIFILES)
+ cd $(DESTDIR)$(MAN1DIR) && rm -f $(MAN1FILES)
+ cd $(DESTDIR)$(MAN3DIR) && rm -f $(MAN3FILES)
+ rm -rf $(DESTDIR)$(DATADIR)
+ cd $(DESTDIR)$(PCDIR) && rm -f $(PCFILES)
+
+
+dist :
+ make version
+ make untabify
+ make distclean
+ cd .. && tar cvf - $(PACKAGEDIR) | gzip -c > $(PACKAGETGZ)
+ sync ; sync
+
+
+distclean : clean
+ cd example && make clean
+ cd bros && make clean
+ rm -rf Makefile tokyocabinet.pc config.cache config.log config.status autom4te.cache
+
+
+check :
+ rm -rf casket*
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr version
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest xstr 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest list -rd 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest map -rd -tr 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest map -rd -tr -rnd -dc 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest tree -rd -tr 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest tree -rd -tr -rnd -dc 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest mdb -rd -tr 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest mdb -rd -tr -rnd -dc 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest ndb -rd -tr 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest ndb -rd -tr -rnd -dc 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest misc 500
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcutest wicked 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest combo 5 50000 500
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest combo -rnd 5 50000 500
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest typical 5 50000 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest typical -rr 1000 5 50000 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest typical -nc 5 50000 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest combo -tr 5 50000 500
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest combo -tr -rnd 5 50000 500
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest typical -tr 5 50000 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest typical -tr -rr 1000 5 50000 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest typical -tr -nc 5 50000 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec url Makefile > check.in
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec url -d check.in > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec base Makefile > check.in
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec base -d check.in > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec quote Makefile > check.in
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec quote -d check.in > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec mime Makefile > check.in
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec mime -d check.in > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec pack -bwt Makefile > check.in
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec pack -d -bwt check.in > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec tcbs Makefile > check.in
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec tcbs -d check.in > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec zlib Makefile > check.in
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec zlib -d check.in > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec xml Makefile > check.in
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec xml -d check.in > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec ucs Makefile > check.in
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec ucs -d check.in > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec date -ds '1978-02-11T18:05:30+09:00' -rf > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcucodec conf
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest write casket 50000 5000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest read casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest remove casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest write -mt -tl -td -rc 50 -xm 500000 casket 50000 5000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest read -mt -nb -rc 50 -xm 500000 casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest remove -mt -rc 50 -xm 500000 casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest write -as -tb -rc 50 -xm 500000 casket 50000 50000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest read -nl -rc 50 -xm 500000 casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest remove -rc 50 -xm 500000 casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest rcat -pn 500 -xm 50000 casket 50000 5000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest rcat -tl -td -pn 5000 casket 50000 500 5 15
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest rcat -nl -pn 500 -rl casket 5000 500 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest rcat -tb -pn 500 casket 5000 500 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr list -pv -fm 1 -px casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest misc casket 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest misc -tl -td casket 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest misc -mt -tb casket 500
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest wicked casket 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest wicked -tl -td casket 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest wicked -mt -tb casket 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest wicked -tt casket 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchtest wicked -tx casket 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest write -xm 500000 -tl casket 5 5000 500 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest read -xm 500000 casket 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest read -xm 500000 -rnd casket 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest remove -xm 500000 casket 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest wicked -nc casket 5 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest wicked -tl -td casket 5 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest wicked -tb casket 5 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest typical casket 5 50000 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest typical -rr 1000 casket 5 50000 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest typical -tl -rc 50000 -nc casket 5 50000 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr create casket 3 1 1
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr inform casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr put casket one first
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr put casket two second
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr put -dk casket three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr put -dc casket three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr put -dc casket three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr put -dc casket three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr put casket four fourth
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr put -dk casket five fifth
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr out casket one
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr out casket two
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr get casket three > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr get casket four > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr get casket five > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr optimize casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr put -dc casket three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr get casket three > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr get casket four > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr get casket five > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest write casket 50000 5 5 5000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest read casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest remove casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr list -rb 00001000 00002000 casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr list -fm 000001 casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest write -mt -tl -td -ls 1024 casket 50000 5000 5000 5000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest read -mt -nb casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest remove -mt casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest write -tb -xm 50000 casket 50000 5 5 50000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest read -nl casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest remove casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest rcat -lc 5 -nc 5 -pn 500 casket 50000 5 5 5000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest rcat -tl -td -pn 5000 casket 50000 5 5 500 5 15
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest rcat -nl -pn 5000 -rl casket 15000 5 5 500 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest rcat -ca 1000 -tb -pn 5000 casket 15000 5 5 500 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest queue casket 15000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest misc casket 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest misc -tl -td casket 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest misc -mt -tb casket 500
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest wicked casket 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest wicked -tl -td casket 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest wicked -mt -tb casket 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest wicked -tt casket 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest wicked -tx casket 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest write -cd -lc 5 -nc 5 casket 5000 5 5 5 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest read -cd -lc 5 -nc 5 casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest remove -cd -lc 5 -nc 5 casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest write -ci -td -lc 5 -nc 5 casket 5000 5 5 5 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest read -ci -lc 5 -nc 5 casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest remove -ci -lc 5 -nc 5 casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest write -cj -tb -lc 5 -nc 5 casket 5000 5 5 5 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest read -cj -lc 5 -nc 5 casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbtest remove -cj -lc 5 -nc 5 casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest write -tl casket 5 5000 5 5 500 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest read casket 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest read -rnd casket 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest remove casket 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest wicked -nc casket 5 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest wicked -tl -td casket 5 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest wicked -tb casket 5 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest typical casket 5 50000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest typical -rr 1000 casket 5 50000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest typical -tl -nc casket 5 50000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr create casket 4 4 3 1 1
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr inform casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr put casket one first
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr put casket two second
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr put -dk casket three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr put -dc casket three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr put -dc casket three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr put -dd casket three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr put -dd casket three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr put casket four fourth
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr put -dk casket five fifth
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr out casket one
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr out casket two
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr get casket three > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr get casket four > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr get casket five > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr list -j three -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr optimize casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr put -dc casket three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr get casket three > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr get casket four > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr get casket five > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest write casket 50000 50
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest read casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest remove casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest write casket 50000 50
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest read -mt -nb casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest remove -mt casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest rcat -pn 500 casket 50000 50
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest rcat -nl -pn 500 -rl casket 5000 500
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr list -pv -ri "[100,200)" -px casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest misc casket 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest misc -mt -nl casket 500
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest wicked casket 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcftest wicked -mt -nb casket 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmttest write casket 5 5000 50
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmttest read casket 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmttest read -rnd casket 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmttest remove casket 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmttest wicked -nc casket 5 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmttest wicked casket 5 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmttest typical casket 5 50000 50
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmttest typical -rr 1000 casket 5 50000 50
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmttest typical -nc casket 5 50000 50
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr create casket 50
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr inform casket
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr put casket 1 first
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr put casket 2 second
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr put -dk casket 3 third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr put -dc casket 3 third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr put -dc casket 3 third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr put -dc casket 3 third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr put casket 4 fourth
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr put -dk casket 5 fifth
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr out casket 1
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr out casket 2
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr get casket 3 > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr get casket 4 > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr get casket 5 > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr optimize casket 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr put -dc casket 3 third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr get casket 3 > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr get casket 4 > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr get casket 5 > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcfmgr list -pv casket > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest write 'casket.tch#mode=wct#bnum=5000' 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest read 'casket.tch#mode=r'
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest remove 'casket.tch#mode=w'
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest misc 'casket.tch#mode=wct#bnum=500#opts=ld' 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest wicked 'casket.tch#mode=wct' 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest write 'casket.tcb#mode=wct#lmemb=5#nmemb=5' 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest read 'casket.tcb#mode=r'
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest remove 'casket.tcb#mode=w'
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest misc 'casket.tcb#mode=wct#lmemb=5#nmemb=5#opts=ld' 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest wicked 'casket.tcb#mode=wct' 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest write 'casket.tcf#mode=wct#width=10' 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest read 'casket.tcf#mode=r'
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest remove 'casket.tcf#mode=w'
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest write '*#bnum=5000#cap=100' 50000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest misc '*' 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest wicked '*' 5000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcatest compare casket 50 500
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr create 'casket.tch#mode=wct#bnum=3'
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr inform 'casket.tch'
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr put casket.tch one first
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr put casket.tch two second
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr put -dk casket.tch three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr put -dc casket.tch three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr put -dc casket.tch three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr put -dc casket.tch three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr put casket.tch four fourth
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr put -dk casket.tch five fifth
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr out casket.tch one
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr out casket.tch two
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr get casket.tch three > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr get casket.tch four > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr get casket.tch five > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr list -pv -fm f casket.tch > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr put -dc casket.tch three third
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr get casket.tch three > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr get casket.tch four > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr get casket.tch five > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr misc casket.tch putlist six sixth seven seventh
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr misc casket.tch outlist six
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr misc casket.tch getlist three four five six > check.out
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcamgr list -pv casket.tch > check.out
+ rm -rf casket*
+ @printf '\n'
+ @printf '#================================================================\n'
+ @printf '# Checking completed.\n'
+ @printf '#================================================================\n'
+
+
+check-valgrind :
+ make RUNCMD="valgrind --tool=memcheck --log-fd=1" check | tee leak.log
+ grep ERROR leak.log
+ grep 'at exit' leak.log
+
+
+check-large :
+ rm -rf casket*
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest typical casket 3 1000000 5000000 13 8
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest typical -nc casket 3 1000000 5000000 13 8
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest typical casket 3 500000 8 8 500000 16 8
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest typical -nc casket 3 500000 8 8 500000 16 8
+ rm -rf casket*
+
+
+check-thread :
+ rm -rf casket*
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest typical 5 500000 500000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcumttest typical -nc -rr 1000 5 500000 500000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest typical casket 5 500000 500000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tchmttest typical -rc 500000 -nc -rr 1000 casket 5 500000 500000
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest typical casket 5 100000 5 5
+ $(RUNENV) $(RUNCMD) ./tcbmttest typical -nc -rr 1000 casket 5 100000 5 5
+ rm -rf casket*
+
+
+check-forever :
+ while true ; \
+ do \
+ make check || break ; \
+ make check || break ; \
+ make check || break ; \
+ make check || break ; \
+ make check || break ; \
+ make check-thread || break ; \
+ done
+
+
+words :
+ rm -f casket-* words.tsv
+ cat /usr/share/dict/words | \
+ tr '\t\r' ' ' | grep -v '^ *$$' | cat -n | sort | \
+ sed -e 's/^ *//' -e 's/\(^[0-9]*\)\t\(.*\)/\2\t\1/' > words.tsv
+ ./tchmgr create casket-hash -1 0 ; ./tchmgr importtsv casket-hash words.tsv
+ ./tcbmgr create casket-btree 8192 ; ./tcbmgr importtsv casket-btree words.tsv
+ ./tcbmgr create -td casket-btree-td 8192 ; ./tcbmgr importtsv casket-btree-td words.tsv
+ ./tcbmgr create -tb casket-btree-tb 8192 ; ./tcbmgr importtsv casket-btree-tb words.tsv
+ ./tcbmgr create -tt casket-btree-tt 8192 ; ./tcbmgr importtsv casket-btree-tt words.tsv
+ ./tcbmgr create -tx casket-btree-tx 8192 ; ./tcbmgr importtsv casket-btree-tx words.tsv
+ wc -c words.tsv casket-hash casket-btree \
+ casket-btree-td casket-btree-tb casket-btree-tt casket-btree-tx
+
+
+.PHONY : all clean install check
+
+
+
+#================================================================
+# Building binaries
+#================================================================
+
+
+libtokyocabinet.a : $(LIBOBJFILES)
+ $(AR) $(ARFLAGS) $@ $(LIBOBJFILES)
+
+
+libtokyocabinet.so.$(LIBVER).$(LIBREV).0 : $(LIBOBJFILES)
+ if uname -a | egrep -i 'SunOS' > /dev/null ; \
+ then \
+ $(CC) -shared -Wl,-G,-h,libtokyocabinet.so.$(LIBVER) -o $@ $(LIBOBJFILES) \
+ $(LDFLAGS) $(LIBS) ; \
+ else \
+ $(CC) -shared -Wl,-soname,libtokyocabinet.so.$(LIBVER) -o $@ $(LIBOBJFILES) \
+ $(LDFLAGS) $(LIBS) ; \
+ fi
+
+
+libtokyocabinet.so.$(LIBVER) : libtokyocabinet.so.$(LIBVER).$(LIBREV).0
+ ln -f -s libtokyocabinet.so.$(LIBVER).$(LIBREV).0 $@
+
+
+libtokyocabinet.so : libtokyocabinet.so.$(LIBVER).$(LIBREV).0
+ ln -f -s libtokyocabinet.so.$(LIBVER).$(LIBREV).0 $@
+
+
+libtokyocabinet.$(LIBVER).$(LIBREV).0.dylib : $(LIBOBJFILES)
+ $(CC) -dynamiclib -o $@ \
+ -install_name $(LIBDIR)/libtokyocabinet.$(LIBVER).dylib \
+ -current_version $(LIBVER).$(LIBREV).0 -compatibility_version $(LIBVER) \
+ $(LIBOBJFILES) $(LDFLAGS) $(LIBS)
+
+
+libtokyocabinet.$(LIBVER).dylib : libtokyocabinet.$(LIBVER).$(LIBREV).0.dylib
+ ln -f -s libtokyocabinet.$(LIBVER).$(LIBREV).0.dylib $@
+
+
+libtokyocabinet.dylib : libtokyocabinet.$(LIBVER).$(LIBREV).0.dylib
+ ln -f -s libtokyocabinet.$(LIBVER).$(LIBREV).0.dylib $@
+
+
+tcutest : tcutest.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tcumttest : tcumttest.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tcucodec : tcucodec.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tchtest : tchtest.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tchmttest : tchmttest.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tchmgr : tchmgr.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tcbtest : tcbtest.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tcbmttest : tcbmttest.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tcbmgr : tcbmgr.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tcftest : tcftest.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tcfmttest : tcfmttest.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tcfmgr : tcfmgr.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tcatest : tcatest.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tcamgr : tcamgr.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+tcawmgr.cgi : tcawmgr.o $(LIBRARYFILES)
+ $(LDENV) $(CC) $(CFLAGS) -o $@ $< $(LDFLAGS) $(CMDLDFLAGS) -ltokyocabinet $(LIBS)
+
+
+myconf.o : myconf.h
+
+tcutil.o : tcutil.h myconf.h md5.h
+
+tchdb.o : tchdb.h tcutil.h myconf.h
+
+tcbdb.o : tcbdb.h tchdb.h tcutil.h myconf.h
+
+tcfdb.o : tcfdb.h tcutil.h myconf.h
+
+tcutest.o tcucodec.o : tcutil.h myconf.h
+
+tchtest.o tchmttest.o tchmgr.o : tcutil.h tchdb.h myconf.h
+
+tcbtest.o tcbmttest.o tcbmgr.o : tcutil.h tchdb.h tcbdb.h myconf.h
+
+tcftest.o tcfmttest.o tcfmgr.o : tcutil.h tcfdb.h myconf.h
+
+tcatest.o tcamgr.o tcawmgr.o : tcutil.h tchdb.h tcbdb.h tcadb.h myconf.h
+
+
+
+# END OF FILE
38 README
@@ -0,0 +1,38 @@
+================================================================
+ Tokyo Cabinet: a modern implementation of DBM
+ Copyright (C) 2006-2008 Mikio Hirabayashi
+================================================================
+
+
+Please read the following documents with a WWW browser.
+How to install Tokyo Cabinet is explained in the specification.
+
+ README - this file
+ COPYING - license
+ ChangeLog - history of enhancement
+ THANKS - list of contributors
+ doc/index.html - index of documents
+
+
+Contents of the directory tree is below.
+
+ ./ - sources of Tokyo Cabinet
+ ./doc/ - manuals and specifications
+ ./man/ - manuals for nroff
+ ./example/ - sample code of tutorial
+ ./lab/ - for test and experiment
+ ./bros/ - for comparison with other database managers
+
+
+Tokyo Cabinet is released under the terms of the GNU Lesser General
+Public License. See the file `COPYING' for details.
+
+Tokyo Cabinet was written by Mikio Hirabayashi. You can contact the
+author by e-mail to `mikio@users.sourceforge.net'.
+
+
+Thanks.
+
+
+
+== END OF FILE ==
12 THANKS
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+================================================================
+ Thanks to all of the following for their valuable suggestions
+ or contributions.
+================================================================
+
+
+mixi Inc. and its developers
+ - allowing me to develop and publish Tokyo Cabinet as business work
+
+
+
+== END OF FILE ==
116 bros/Makefile
@@ -0,0 +1,116 @@
+# Makefile for writing tests of DBM brothers
+
+
+
+#================================================================
+# Setting variables
+#================================================================
+
+
+# Generic settings
+SHELL = /bin/sh
+
+# Targets
+MYBINS = tctest qdbmtest ndbmtest sdbmtest gdbmtest tdbtest cdbtest bdbtest maptest
+
+
+
+#================================================================
+# Suffix rules
+#================================================================
+
+
+.SUFFIXES :
+
+
+
+#================================================================
+# Actions
+#================================================================
+
+
+mesg :
+ @echo "Here are writing tests of DBM brothers." 1>&2
+ @echo "select a target of {all clean $(MYBINS)}." 1>&2
+
+
+all : $(MYBINS)
+
+
+clean :
+ rm -rf $(MYBINS) *.o *.exe a.out casket* *~
+
+
+distclean : clean
+
+
+
+#================================================================
+# Building binaries
+#================================================================
+
+
+tctest : tctest.c
+ LD_LIBRARY_PATH="$(LD_LIBRARY_PATH):.:.." ; PATH="$(PATH):.:.." ; \
+ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH PATH ; ldflags=`tcucodec conf -l` ; \
+ [ -z "$$ldflags" ] && \
+ ldflags="-L/usr/local/lib -ltokyocabinet -lz -lpthread -lm -lc" ; \
+ gcc -I.. -I/usr/local/include -D_GNU_SOURCE=1 \
+ -Wall -ansi -pedantic -O3 -o $@ tctest.c \
+ -static -L. -L.. $$ldflags
+
+
+qdbmtest : qdbmtest.c
+ gcc -I.. -I/usr/local/include -D_GNU_SOURCE=1 \
+ -Wall -ansi -pedantic -O3 -o $@ qdbmtest.c \
+ -static -L.. -L/usr/local/lib -lqdbm -lz -lc
+
+
+ndbmtest : ndbmtest.c
+ gcc -I/usr/local/include -D_GNU_SOURCE=1 \
+ -Wall -ansi -pedantic -O3 -o $@ ndbmtest.c \
+ -static -L/usr/local/lib -lndbm -lc
+
+
+sdbmtest : sdbmtest.c
+ gcc -I/usr/local/include -D_GNU_SOURCE=1 \
+ -Wall -ansi -pedantic -O3 -o $@ sdbmtest.c \
+ -static -L/usr/local/lib -lsdbm -lc
+
+
+gdbmtest : gdbmtest.c
+ gcc -I/usr/local/include -D_GNU_SOURCE=1 \
+ -Wall -ansi -pedantic -O3 -o $@ gdbmtest.c \
+ -static -L/usr/local/lib -lgdbm -lc
+
+
+tdbtest : tdbtest.c
+ gcc -I/usr/local/include -D_GNU_SOURCE=1 \
+ -Wall -ansi -pedantic -O3 -o $@ tdbtest.c \
+ -static -L/usr/local/lib -ltdb -lc
+
+
+cdbtest : cdbtest.c
+ gcc -I/usr/local/include -D_GNU_SOURCE=1 \
+ -Wall -ansi -pedantic -O3 -o $@ cdbtest.c \
+ -static -L/usr/local/lib -lcdb -lc
+
+
+bdbtest : bdbtest.c
+ gcc -I/usr/local/bdb/include -D_GNU_SOURCE=1 \
+ -Wall -O3 -o $@ bdbtest.c \
+ -static -L/usr/local/bdb/lib -ldb -lpthread -lc
+
+
+maptest : maptest.cc
+ LD_LIBRARY_PATH="$(LD_LIBRARY_PATH):.:.." ; PATH="$(PATH):.:.." ; \
+ export LD_LIBRARY_PATH PATH ; ldflags=`tcucodec conf -l` ; \
+ [ -z "$$ldflags" ] && \
+ ldflags="-L/usr/local/lib -ltokyocabinet -lz -lpthread -lm -lc" ; \
+ g++ -I.. -I/usr/local/include -D_GNU_SOURCE=1 \
+ -Wall -ansi -pedantic -O3 -o $@ maptest.cc \
+ -static -L. -L.. -lstdc++ $$ldflags
+
+
+
+# END OF FILE
438 bros/bdbtest.c
@@ -0,0 +1,438 @@
+/*************************************************************************************************
+ * Writing test of Berkeley DB
+ *************************************************************************************************/
+
+
+#include <db.h>
+#include <stdlib.h>
+#include <stdio.h>
+#include <string.h>
+
+#undef TRUE
+#define TRUE 1 /* boolean true */
+#undef FALSE
+#define FALSE 0 /* boolean false */
+
+#define RECBUFSIZ 32 /* buffer for records */
+#define SMALL_PAGESIZE 512 /* small page size */
+#define BIG_PAGESIZE 65536 /* maximum page size */
+#define BIG_CACHESIZE (rnum * 2 * 15) /* maximum cache size < avail mem. */
+#define SMALL_CACHESIZE (5 * 1048576) /* should be Btree fanout */
+
+
+/* global variables */
+const char *progname; /* program name */
+int showprgr; /* whether to show progression */
+
+
+/* function prototypes */
+int main(int argc, char **argv);
+void usage(void);
+int runwrite(int argc, char **argv);
+int runread(int argc, char **argv);
+int runbtwrite(int argc, char **argv);
+int runbtread(int argc, char **argv);
+int myrand(void);
+int dowrite(char *name, int rnum);
+int doread(char *name, int rnum);
+int dobtwrite(char *name, int rnum, int rnd);
+int dobtread(char *name, int rnum, int rnd);
+
+
+/* main routine */
+int main(int argc, char **argv){
+ int rv;
+ progname = argv[0];
+ showprgr = TRUE;
+ if(getenv("HIDEPRGR")) showprgr = FALSE;
+ srand48(1978);
+ if(argc < 2) usage();
+ rv = 0;
+ if(!strcmp(argv[1], "write")){
+ rv = runwrite(argc, argv);
+ } else if(!strcmp(argv[1], "read")){
+ rv = runread(argc, argv);
+ } else if(!strcmp(argv[1], "btwrite")){
+ rv = runbtwrite(argc, argv);
+ } else if(!strcmp(argv[1], "btread")){
+ rv = runbtread(argc, argv);
+ } else {
+ usage();
+ }
+ return rv;
+}
+
+
+/* print the usage and exit */
+void usage(void){
+ fprintf(stderr, "%s: test cases for Berkeley DB\n", progname);
+ fprintf(stderr, "\n");
+ fprintf(stderr, "usage:\n");
+ fprintf(stderr, " %s write name rnum\n", progname);
+ fprintf(stderr, " %s read name rnum\n", progname);
+ fprintf(stderr, " %s btwrite [-rnd] name rnum\n", progname);
+ fprintf(stderr, " %s btread [-rnd] name rnum\n", progname);
+ fprintf(stderr, "\n");
+ exit(1);
+}
+
+
+/* parse arguments of write command */
+int runwrite(int argc, char **argv){
+ char *name, *rstr;
+ int i, rnum, rv;
+ name = NULL;
+ rstr = NULL;
+ rnum = 0;
+ for(i = 2; i < argc; i++){
+ if(!name && argv[i][0] == '-'){
+ usage();
+ } else if(!name){
+ name = argv[i];
+ } else if(!rstr){
+ rstr = argv[i];
+ } else {
+ usage();
+ }
+ }
+ if(!name || !rstr) usage();
+ rnum = atoi(rstr);
+ if(rnum < 1) usage();
+ rv = dowrite(name, rnum);
+ return rv;
+}
+
+
+/* parse arguments of read command */
+int runread(int argc, char **argv){
+ char *name, *rstr;
+ int i, rnum, rv;
+ name = NULL;
+ rstr = NULL;
+ rnum = 0;
+ for(i = 2; i < argc; i++){
+ if(!name && argv[i][0] == '-'){
+ usage();
+ } else if(!name){
+ name = argv[i];
+ } else if(!rstr){
+ rstr = argv[i];
+ } else {
+ usage();
+ }
+ }
+ if(!name || !rstr) usage();
+ rnum = atoi(rstr);
+ if(rnum < 1) usage();
+ rv = doread(name, rnum);
+ return rv;
+}
+
+
+/* parse arguments of btwrite command */
+int runbtwrite(int argc, char **argv){
+ char *name, *rstr;
+ int i, rnum, rnd, rv;
+ name = NULL;
+ rstr = NULL;
+ rnum = 0;
+ rnd = FALSE;
+ for(i = 2; i < argc; i++){
+ if(!name && argv[i][0] == '-'){
+ if(!name && !strcmp(argv[i], "-rnd")){
+ rnd = TRUE;
+ } else {
+ usage();
+ }
+ } else if(!name){
+ name = argv[i];
+ } else if(!rstr){
+ rstr = argv[i];
+ } else {
+ usage();
+ }
+ }
+ if(!name || !rstr) usage();
+ rnum = atoi(rstr);
+ if(rnum < 1) usage();
+ rv = dobtwrite(name, rnum, rnd);
+ return rv;
+}
+
+
+/* parse arguments of btread command */
+int runbtread(int argc, char **argv){
+ char *name, *rstr;
+ int i, rnum, rnd, rv;
+ name = NULL;
+ rstr = NULL;
+ rnum = 0;
+ rnd = FALSE;
+ for(i = 2; i < argc; i++){
+ if(!name && argv[i][0] == '-'){
+ if(!name && !strcmp(argv[i], "-rnd")){
+ rnd = TRUE;
+ } else {
+ usage();
+ }
+ } else if(!name){
+ name = argv[i];
+ } else if(!rstr){
+ rstr = argv[i];
+ } else {
+ usage();
+ }
+ }
+ if(!name || !rstr) usage();
+ rnum = atoi(rstr);
+ if(rnum < 1) usage();
+ rv = dobtread(name, rnum, rnd);
+ return rv;
+}
+
+
+/* pseudo random number generator */
+int myrand(void){
+ static int cnt = 0;
+ return (lrand48() + cnt++) & 0x7FFFFFFF;
+}
+
+
+/* perform write command */
+int dowrite(char *name, int rnum){
+ DB *dbp;
+ DBT key, data;
+ int i, err, len;
+ char buf[RECBUFSIZ];
+ if(showprgr) printf("<Writing Test of Hash>\n name=%s rnum=%d\n\n", name, rnum);
+ /* open a database */
+ if(db_create(&dbp, NULL, 0) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "db_create failed\n");
+ return 1;
+ }
+ if(dbp->set_pagesize(dbp, SMALL_PAGESIZE) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->set_pagesize failed\n");
+ dbp->close(dbp, 0);
+ return 1;
+ }
+ if(dbp->set_cachesize(dbp, 0, BIG_CACHESIZE, 0) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->set_cachesize failed\n");
+ dbp->close(dbp, 0);
+ return 1;
+ }
+ if(dbp->open(dbp, NULL, name, NULL, DB_HASH, DB_CREATE | DB_TRUNCATE, 00644) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->open failed\n");
+ dbp->close(dbp, 0);
+ return 1;
+ }
+ err = FALSE;
+ memset(&key, 0, sizeof(key));
+ memset(&data, 0, sizeof(data));
+ /* loop for each record */
+ for(i = 1; i <= rnum; i++){
+ /* store a record */
+ len = sprintf(buf, "%08d", i);
+ key.data = buf;
+ key.size = len;
+ data.data = buf;
+ data.size = len;
+ if(dbp->put(dbp, NULL, &key, &data, 0) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->put failed\n");
+ err = TRUE;
+ break;
+ }
+ /* print progression */
+ if(showprgr && rnum > 250 && i % (rnum / 250) == 0){
+ putchar('.');
+ fflush(stdout);
+ if(i == rnum || i % (rnum / 10) == 0){
+ printf(" (%08d)\n", i);
+ fflush(stdout);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ /* close the database */
+ if(dbp->close(dbp, 0) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->close failed\n");
+ err = TRUE;
+ }
+ if(showprgr && !err) printf("ok\n\n");
+ return err ? 1 : 0;
+}
+
+
+/* perform read command */
+int doread(char *name, int rnum){
+ DB *dbp;
+ DBT key, data;
+ int i, err, len;
+ char buf[RECBUFSIZ];
+ if(showprgr) printf("<Reading Test of Hash>\n name=%s rnum=%d\n\n", name, rnum);
+ /* open a database */
+ if(db_create(&dbp, NULL, 0) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "db_create failed\n");
+ return 1;
+ }
+ if(dbp->set_cachesize(dbp, 0, BIG_CACHESIZE, 0) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->set_cachesize failed\n");
+ dbp->close(dbp, 0);
+ return 1;
+ }
+ if(dbp->open(dbp, NULL, name, NULL, DB_HASH, DB_RDONLY, 00644) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->open failed\n");
+ dbp->close(dbp, 0);
+ return 1;
+ }
+ err = FALSE;
+ memset(&key, 0, sizeof(key));
+ memset(&data, 0, sizeof(data));
+ /* loop for each record */
+ for(i = 1; i <= rnum; i++){
+ /* store a record */
+ len = sprintf(buf, "%08d", i);
+ key.data = buf;
+ key.size = len;
+ if(dbp->get(dbp, NULL, &key, &data, 0) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->get failed\n");
+ err = TRUE;
+ break;
+ }
+ /* print progression */
+ if(showprgr && rnum > 250 && i % (rnum / 250) == 0){
+ putchar('.');
+ fflush(stdout);
+ if(i == rnum || i % (rnum / 10) == 0){
+ printf(" (%08d)\n", i);
+ fflush(stdout);
+ }
+ }
+ }
+ /* close the database */
+ if(dbp->close(dbp, 0) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->close failed\n");
+ err = TRUE;
+ }
+ if(showprgr && !err) printf("ok\n\n");
+ return err ? 1 : 0;
+}
+
+
+/* perform btwrite command */
+int dobtwrite(char *name, int rnum, int rnd){
+ DB *dbp;
+ DBT key, data;
+ int i, err, len;
+ char buf[RECBUFSIZ];
+ if(showprgr) printf("<Writing Test of B+ Tree>\n name=%s rnum=%d\n\n", name, rnum);
+ /* open a database */
+ if(db_create(&dbp, NULL, 0) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "db_create failed\n");
+ return 1;
+ }
+ if(dbp->set_pagesize(dbp, BIG_PAGESIZE) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->set_pagesize failed\n");
+ dbp->close(dbp, 0);
+ return 1;
+ }
+ if(dbp->set_cachesize(dbp, 0, rnd ? BIG_CACHESIZE : SMALL_CACHESIZE, 0) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->set_cachesize failed\n");
+ dbp->close(dbp, 0);
+ return 1;
+ }
+ if(dbp->open(dbp, NULL, name, NULL, DB_BTREE, DB_CREATE | DB_TRUNCATE, 00644) != 0){
+ fprintf(stderr, "DB->open failed\n");
+ dbp->close(dbp, 0);
+ return 1;
+ }
+ err = FALSE;
+ memset(&key, 0, sizeof(key));