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A GNU set of database routines which use extensible hashing.

Gdbm is a GNU database indexing library, including routines which use extensible hashing. Gdbm works in a similar way to standard UNIX dbm routines. Gdbm is useful for developers who write C applications and need access to a simple and efficient database or who are building C applications which will use such a database.

If you're a C developer and your programs need access to simple database routines, you should install gdbm. You'll also need to install gdbm-devel.

Package version:1.8.0


GNU dbm is a set of database routines that use extendible hashing and
works similar to the standard UNIX dbm routines.

This is release 1.8 of GNU dbm.

To compile gdbm:

   a)  configure <config parameters like -prefix ... see INSTALL>
   b)  make 

To compile the optional test and conversion programs:

   a)  make progs

To install the basic package:

   a)  make install

To install the optional


CHANGES from 1.7.3 to 1.8
  1.  Added GDBM_CENTFREE functionality and option.
  2.  Added GDBM_COALESCEBLKS functionality and option.
  3.  Added GDBM_NOLOCK flag.
  4.  Made ``fast'' mode the default, making GDBM_FAST obsolete, and adding
      the GDBM_SYNC flag and GDBM_SYNCMODE option.
  5.  Switched to building with libtool.

CHANGES from 1.7.2 to 1.7.3
  1.  Fixed a couple of last minute pro


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