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croaring-rs https://travis-ci.org/saulius/croaring-rs

A Rust wrapper for CRoaring (a C/C++ implementation at https://github.com/RoaringBitmap/CRoaring)

The original java version can be found at https://github.com/RoaringBitmap/RoaringBitmap

Bitmap usage example

use croaring::Bitmap;

let mut rb1 = Bitmap::create();
rb1.add(1);
rb1.add(2);
rb1.add(3);
rb1.add(4);
rb1.add(5);
rb1.add(100);
rb1.add(1000);
rb1.run_optimize();

let mut rb2 = Bitmap::create();
rb2.add(3);
rb2.add(4);
rb2.add(1000);
rb2.run_optimize();

let mut rb3 = Bitmap::create();

assert_eq!(rb1.cardinality(), 7);
assert!(rb1.contains(3));

rb1.and_inplace(&rb2);
rb3.add(5);
rb3.or_inplace(&rb1);

let mut rb4 = Bitmap::fast_or(&[&rb1, &rb2, &rb3]);

rb1.and_inplace(&rb2);
println!("{:?}", rb1);

rb3.add(5);
rb3.or_inplace(&rb1);

println!("{:?}", rb1);

rb3.add(5);
rb3.or_inplace(&rb1);

println!("{:?}", rb3.to_vec());
println!("{:?}", rb3);
println!("{:?}", rb4);

rb4 = Bitmap::fast_or(&[&rb1, &rb2, &rb3]);

println!("{:?}", rb4);

For 64bit Bitmap support, checkout the Treemap. Treemap is not API-compatible with Bitmap, yet most the functionality is overlapping.

Treemap usage example

use std::u64;
use croaring::Treemap;

let mut treemap = Treemap::create();
treemap.add(u64::MAX);
treemap.remove(u64::MAX);

/// Serialization compatible with croaring Treemap version at https://github.com/RoaringBitmap/CRoaring/blob/b88b002407b42fafaea23ea5009a54a24d1c1ed4/cpp/roaring64map.hh

use croaring::treemap::NativeSerializer;

let mut treemap1 = Treemap::create();

for i in 100..1000 {
  treemap1.add(i);
}

treemap1.add(std::u32::MAX as u64);
treemap1.add(std::u64::MAX);

/// Serialization compatible with JVM Treemap version at https://github.com/RoaringBitmap/RoaringBitmap/blob/34654b2d5c3e75e7f9bca1672f4c0b5800d60cf3/roaringbitmap/src/main/java/org/roaringbitmap/longlong/Roaring64NavigableMap.java
use croaring::treemap::JvmSerializer;

let mut treemap2 = Treemap::create();

for i in 100..1000 {
  treemap2.add(i);
}

treemap2.add(std::u32::MAX as u64);
treemap2.add(std::u64::MAX);

Building

git clone --recursive https://github.com/saulius/croaring-rs/
cd croaring-rs
cargo build

As with CRoaring croaring-rs build allows the compiler to target the architecture of the build machine by using the -march=native flag. In this way the compiler is given freedom to use instructions that your CPU support. However binaries built this way can be dangerous to run on older CPU architectures (e.g. missing POPCOUNT instruction). You can specify ROARING_ARCH environment variable to control the target CPU architecture, e.g. ROARING_ARCH=ivybridge cargo build --release.

Testing

Running unit tests and doc tests:

cargo test

Running benchmark suite (currently on Rust nightly toolchain only):

cargo bench

Documentation

Current documentation is available at https://docs.rs/croaring/latest/croaring/

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