I'm looking for an efficient public domain btree library, preferably
c++. Complete btree based database libraries are also welcome. Please
respond by email.
Thorsten Laux, Insitut fuer Kernphysik, Mathematische Physik
I need some C routines in order to implement keyed access to a file.
I have various implementations of ndbm, gdbm, dbm, avl, btree, and isam
routines but none of them include all of the following features that I need:
- Perform basic key/record_number operations: store, fetch, delete, etc...
- Must store key/record_number data in disk file, not memory
- Must allow for duplicate keys (Two or more records for a given key)
- Like to have a way to read all keys in sorted order
If anyone has any pointers to a PD C package that can do this, please
let me know...
Christopher A. Rende Central Cartage (Nixdorf/Pyramid/SysVR2/BSD4.3)
trux!ramecs!car "I don't ever remember forgetting anything." - Chris Rende