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leveldb

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

LevelDB is a library that implements a fast key-value store. Features * Keys and values are arbitrary byte arrays. * Data is stored sorted by key. * Callers can provide a custom comparison function to override the sort order. * The basic operations are Put(key,value) ... [More] , Get(key), Delete(key). * Multiple changes can be made in one atomic batch. * Users can create a transient snapshot to get a consistent view of data. * Forward and backward iteration is supported over the data. * Data is automatically compressed using the Snappy compression library. * External activity (file system operations etc.) is relayed through a virtual interface so users can customize the operating system interactions. [Less]

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Tokyo Cabinet

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Tokyo Cabinet is the successor of QDBM, a high performance database library similar to the DBM family. It also supports hash and B-tree databases and does not require any server process. The overall speed is improved compared to QDBM.

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simjos

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part taken from nachos

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hearsay-cs194

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

A picture is worth 1,000 words. Stop talking and start showing! Share your story or unique occurrence in Berkeley or any campus, for that matter, to the student population. Users can upload or email in photos of campus personalities, protesters, hippies, the popular girl, or the campus jock at ... [More] their finest moments. Viewers are welcome to comment with their insight or link to other relevant photos. Rank the hottest girl. The most "granola" Berkeleyan. Most awkward geek. [Less]

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the-cal-project

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  Analyzed over 6 years ago

This will be a forum for Berkeley students and faculty to discuss things related to school and anything else that they want.

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project3wjeoin

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

Whatever the title says. This is for Jonathan Kotker and Wei Zhong Yeh, students of the CS61BL course at the University of California -- Berkeley, who are developing a project to solve Klotski puzzles.

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dbmd

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dbmd is a linux daemon in python which connects to BerkeleyDB databases, having user authorization. The syntax is similar to local bssdb3, so the change to your current code is minimal. The server can open at startup a set of environments and also a setr of tables can be opened so that querying ... [More] is faster. If not opened at startup, environments can be opened from applications. The software supports db tables with and without environments. The software has been tested for Linux and BerkeleyDB 4.7. [Less]

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rubyatberkeley

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

Ruby

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sidekar

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

OverviewSidekar is an "object database" Java persistence solution. It leverages the power and scalability of the Oracle Berkeley Database (Java Edition) while presenting a simple and natural Java programming interface. Sidekar aims to make persistence technology fit the Java world, instead of the ... [More] other way around, so that persistence becomes trivial for the Java programmer. Sidekar is not object-relational mapping (ORM) software; it does not rely on SQL. Beccause of this, it is dramatically simpler and easier to work with than traditional ORM persistence layers. The core JAR file is only 375k. Sidekar provides "natural" Java persistence, because you use normal Java for everything related to persistence. Key features include: Simple (almost trivial) configuration and programming interface True object database: Java object identity is equivalent to database identity Persistent data is modeled by user-supplied Java classes Support for collections: sets, lists, maps, etc. Support for "joins" and indexes on one or more Java fields No Java serialization required Full transaction support with four isolation levels Sophisticated support for schema changes, including schema verification and update tracking Ability to export and import database in XML format Based on the highly scalable Oracle Berkeley DB Java Edition database engine [Less]

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berkeleyrobocup

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

Will fill this in later.

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