Release Notes: This release adds much faster backends based on blocking. One is in-memory, the other is based on MapDB. It also has a new Record implementation which uses only 50% of the memory, and a number of other changes.
Release Notes: The main new feature is a genetic algorithm, which can be used to tune configurations automatically. Thanks to active learning it can even be used without a correct set of test data.
Release Notes: Support for multi-threading, an upgrade to Lucene 4.0, higher performance, more comparators, more cleaners, major improvements to the command line client, and more.
Release Notes: New comparators, new cleaners, some bugfixes, an upgrade to Lucene 3.6.1, and some improvements in configurability.
Release Notes: The internals have been cleaned and refactored, adding some performance tuning parameters. There are new cleaners, support for pluggable backends, a new na´ve in-memory backend, and much more.
Release Notes: This release adds a more flexible API, a new cleaner (for personal names), two new data sources (in-memory and JNDI), and a number of bugfixes. Some additional utilities have also been added.
Release Notes: This release offers a cleaned-up API and more comparators.
Release Notes: This version fixes a number of bugs and adds a number of improvements. Example data and setup are now included in the distribution. New JaroWinklerTokenized and DifferentComparator comparators were provided along with a new DebugCompare command, more flexibility in the CSV data source, better reporting of configuration errors, and a --verbose option.
Release Notes: The first version.