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Added siphash24 and some murmur3 variants as option. Many internal updates and compatibility fixes for future Ruby versions. License is now LGPLv2.1+ (from LGPLv3+) for compatibility with GPLv2-only software. Note: ignore 0.6.0, gemspec typo :x See "git log" for full details.
Added siphash24 and some murmur3 variants as option. Many internal updates and compatibility fixes for future Ruby versions. License is now LGPLv2.1+ (from LGPLv3+) for compatibility with GPLv2-only software. See "git log" for full details.
Eric Wong (5): doc: add HACKING document switch site to wrongdoc test_tdb: fix and expand the repack test fetch and delete may be passed destination buffer multithreaded TDB is dangerous, discourage it
There are attempts at improving thread-safety, but still tread carefully since it's not ideal as upstream does not yet support it.
There is now basic thread-safety for Ruby 1.9 users that can be enabled by passing :threadsafe => true to TDB.new MRI 1.8 users do not need thread-safety as native threads are not used.
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