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datrie - Double-Array Trie Library
==================================

This is an implementation of double-array structure for representing trie, 
as proposed by Junichi Aoe [1].

Trie is a kind of digital search tree, an efficient indexing method with 
O(1) time complexity for searching. Comparably as efficient as hashing,
trie also provides flexibility on incremental matching and key spelling
ma
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/libdatrie-0.2.4/README.migration

MIGRATION FROM 0.1.X TO 0.2.X

0.2.x breaks 0.1.x interoperability in many ways, to allow more use cases, and
to provide more storage capacity.

1. Binary Data Changes

1.1 All Trie Data in Single File

No more splitting of a trie into '{trie-name}.sbm', '{trie-name}.br' and
'{trie-name}.tl'. All parts are now stored in a single file, '{trie-name}.tri'.

Note, however, that a '{trie-name}.abm' (a 
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/libdatrie-0.2.4/NEWS

libdatrie

0.2.4 (2010-06-30)
=====
- Close file on saving trie. [Bug report from Xu Jiandong]
- Add trie_store_if_absent() API which fails on adding duplicated key.
  This is useful for preventing race condition in multi-thread applications.
  [Suggestion from Dan Searle]
- Add trie_fread() and trie_fwrite() APIs for reading/writing trie data in
  an open file, allowing trie to be embeded as part
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/libdatrie-0.2.4/ChangeLog

2010-06-30  Theppitak Karoonboonyanan  <thep@linux.thai.net>

	* NEWS, configure.ac:
	=== Version 0.
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/libdatrie-0.2.4/AUTHORS

Theppitak Karoonboonyanan  <thep@linux.thai.net>

/libdatrie-0.2.4/COPYING

                  GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
                       Version 2.1, February 19
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