Release Notes: All EJDB and all TokyoCabinet APIs have been ported to Windows. Java and Ruby bindings have been added. There are fixes for various performance and stability issues.
Release Notes: This release adds EJDB Python3 and Lua bindings and fixes various minor bugs.
Release Notes: Collection joins are now supported (ticket #43).
Release Notes: This release comes with a number of critical bugfixes. An atomic "$upsert" operation has been implemented. This release exposes the EJDB C library transaction API in the Nodejs binding API. It optimizes trivial "count(*)" and "$dropall" operations for whole collection (tickets #27 and #26). It removes the CUnit library dependency for release builds.
Release Notes: In this release a number of critical bugs have been fixed, and considerable performance enhancements made; as result, the number of memory allocs has been reduced by 20-30%. This release fixes a crash on update queries with single indexed field (ticket: #23). It fixes a crash on collection removal (ticket: #18). It fixes incorrect dropping of field indexes (ticket: #16). Nodejs database cursors now are more GC friendly. It adds mongodb-like "$elemMatch" support in queries (ticket: #13).
Release Notes: In this release you can use multiple matching conditions for a single query field. It adds "$addToSet" (add value to the array only if its not in the array already) and "$pull"(removes all occurrences of value from array) atomic operations. There are an initial version of a command line console for EJDB databases. All database API methods are blocking without callbacks.
Release Notes: This release fixes various threading issues, fixes a crash when using the "$strand" and "$stror" operations, adds a "$dropall" query operation in order to in-place removal of matched records, and implements better boolean type support.
Release Notes: This release added in-place update operations '$set' and '$inc', support for field subset selection in queries, support for a primary key hash index for the '$in' operation if the '_id' field is used in matching, case insensitive string index support, and a new case insensitive field matching query operand: '$icase'.
Release Notes: This release corrects query matching of _id fields.