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Changes between Titanium 1.0.0-alpha3 and 1.0.0-beta1

  • Archimedes and Ogre have been updated as development has continued.
  • Titan is now version 0.3.0.
  • delete! has become remove!, create-group is now defgroup, create-property-key/-once is defkey/-once, and create-edge-label is now deflabel/-once.
  • Open now just takes a simple map from strings to strings for configuration.
  • Tests now use embeddeded cassandra for the most part.

Changes between Titanium 1.0.0-alpha2 and 1.0.0-alpha3

Major breaking changes for almost everything

Titanium has been completely overhauled to depend on Archimedes and Ogre. For more details, see this Github issue thread about the philosophy and efforts behind the switch. Titanium now depends on Titan 0.2.1, and Gremlin/Blueprints 2.3.0.

Changes between Titanium 1.0.0-alpha1 and 1.0.0-alpha2

Transaction Control Functions

clojurewerkz.titanium.graph/commit-tx! and clojurewerkz.titanium.graph/rollback-tx! commit and roll back current transaction, respectively. Note that closing a graph will automatically commit current transaction. Every operation that modifies the graph will automatically start a transaction if needed.

clojurewerkz.titanium.graph/get-vertices Now Accepts Keywords For Keys

clojurewerkz.titanium.graph/get-vertices now accepts keywords for keys, like many other functions in Titanium.

Changes in Titanium 1.0.0-alpha1

Initial release. The following features are reasonably well supported:

  • Essential graph operations (open, close), configuration via Clojure maps
  • Blueprints API operations on vertices and edges
  • Blueprints queries
  • Essential GremlinPipeline operations with a nice Clojure DSL

Which makes Titanium useful for prototype development. Initial documentation will be written before 1.0.0-alpha1 is announced.

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