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Changelog

0.5.1

  • Remove unused code.
  • Add support for wheels.

0.5.0

  • Remove mmap read only dbm subclass. This functionality has not been available in a public interface since b265e60c5f4c0b1e8e9e4343f5f2300b5e017bf0 (1.5 years ago) so it's now removed.
  • Added non mmap based dbm loader for platforms that do not support mmap (jython).
  • Atomic renames on windows during db compaction.

0.4.0

0.4.0 is a backwards incompatible release with 0.3.1. Data files created with 0.3.1 will not work with 0.4.0. The reasons for switching to 0.4.0 include:

  • Data format switched from ASCII to binary file format, this resulted in a nice performance boost.
  • Index and data file consolidated to a single file, resulting in improved write performance.
  • Checksums are written for all entries. Checksums can be verified for every __getitem__ call (off by default).
  • Python 3 support (officially python 3.3.x).

0.3.1

  • Windows support.

0.3.0

  • The data file and the index file are kept in a separate directory. To load the the db you specify the directory name instead of the data filename.
  • Non-mmapped read only version is used when the db is opened with r.
  • Write performance improvements.

0.2.1

  • DB can be opened with r, c, w, and n.
  • Add a memory mapped read only implementation for reading from the DB (if your entire data file can be mmapped this provides a huge performance boost for reads).
  • Benchmark scripts rewritten to provide more useful information.

0.2.0

  • New sync() method to ensure data is written to disk.
    • sync() is called during compaction and on close().
  • Add a DBMLoadError exception for catching semidbm loading errors.