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rufus-tokyo 1.0.0

climaxJust released rufus-tokyo 1.0.0

This is mostly a “cleanup” release (spec reorg, to_s enforcement on key and values, and dropped backward compatibility with older TC/TT releases). Hence the 1.0.0.

There are new features though :

* Matthew King helped me add process method for table queries.

* Jeremy Hinegardner did an initial contribution on the front FFI / Tokyo Dystopia.

* Adam Keys contributed the ext method for the table structures (sorry, I had forgotten).

* full text search operators for table queries (:ftsphrase, :ftsec, :ftsor: ftsand) and the accompanying :token, :qgram and :opt inverted index types. I haven’t played too much with them. Feedback is welcome.

For those of you interested in extending Tokyo Tyrant via Lua functions, I warmly recommend Ilya Grigork’s post about it.

Many thanks to all the people who helped.

There will be a next release soon, as I’m busy trying to catch up with Hirabayashi-san.

rufus-tokyo :

(picture graciously from @michelledasilva)


Written by John Mettraux

July 23, 2009 at 1:24 am

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  1. […] rufus-tokyo 1.0.0 – I’ve been tinkering with Tokyo Cabinet and Tyrant lately. It’s great stuff. Grab this gem and start tinkering! […]

  2. Full text search operators are a very welcomed feature :)
    This gem is awesome, keep the good work!

    Alejandro Crosa

    July 29, 2009 at 9:47 am

    • Thanks Alejandro,

      if you spot anything wrong with that feature, please notify me. I hadn’t the opportunity to test that much :(


      John Mettraux

      July 29, 2009 at 9:51 am

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