Saturday, January 9, 2010

Disk based data structures – Release 2

The seconds release is now available for download at Codeplex.

Changelog

  • Dictionary<TKey,TValue> class now persists all data to disk, so you should not run out of memory on a 64bit system. Only available disk space matters.
  • Strings can now be used for key/values. Strings don’t have a default empty constructor so I’ve added code to make them work.
  • I’ve included protobuf-net (Google Protocol Buffers) as a serializer. It’s very fast and efficient on size, but requires decorating your classes either with DataContract/DataMember attributes or ProtoContract/ProtoMember attributes. Check out the Getting Started section on protobuf-net.
  • Improved locking throughout the code.

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