Release Notes: This release fixes a bug on big-endian architectures where databases from little-endian architectures were not loaded correctly, and vice versa. A typo in the Tutorial was fixed. Sources and pre-built libraries are now available for Win32 and Win64.
Release Notes: This release adds one API function, which will be needed to implement the Python wrapper. It also fixes three bugs, two of them minor.
Release Notes: A few bugs were fixed, and two API functions (ham_close and ham_env_close) have a slightly different behavior. The unittest coverage was improved.
Release Notes: This release features two new command line tools: ham_dump for dumping databases, and ham_info for printing database information and statistics. A few minor bugs were fixed as well, especially on the SPARC architecture, which is now fully supported. Prebuilt libraries for Windows (32-bit and 64-bit) are available for download.
Release Notes: This release brings major performance improvements for duplicate keys and some bugfixes for record numbers and duplicate keys. The API has two changes (ham_close and ham_env_close now expect a second parameter). A new sample (env2.c) was added; it creates a 1:n relation between a Customers database and an Orders database with the help of duplicate keys. Prebuilt libraries for Windows (32-bit and 64-bit) are available for download.
Release Notes: This release fixes two autoconf/automake-related issues: the header files are now installed in $prefix/include/ham, and the unit-test is not built if db.h (BerkeleyDB) is missing.