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uthash is a hash for C structures, allowing any C structure having a unique key field to be hashed. Structures can be added, deleted, or removed from the hash in constant time. The key field can have any data type.


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uthash moved to GitHub 17 Jan 2013

Uthash, the hash table for C structures, has moved to GitHub as of January, 2013:

If you use uthash, pl...

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  •  09 Oct 2012 08:04

    Release Notes: A number of small enhancements were made to the supplemental utilities included with uthash, including new list operations (prepend, replace, and support for structures that use different naming conventions), new dynamic string features (KMP substring search, format checking), compatibility improvements, and improved documentation.

    •  05 Jun 2011 22:17

      Release Notes: This release includes support for MurmurHash v3, new utlist concatenation macros, utarray binary search, new utstring functionality, new documentation, and bugfixes.

      •  31 Oct 2010 21:17

        Release Notes: This is a minor bugfix release to fix compatibility with Intel compilers and to make the HASH_ITER macro C++ compatible.

        •  04 Oct 2010 10:49

          Release Notes: This minor enhancement release adds a new deletion-safe iteration macro, a port of the hashscan utility to FreeBSD, bug fixes, and documentation improvements.

          •  01 Apr 2010 00:42

            Release Notes: This release supports Visual Studio 2008 and 2010. It includes new "extras": utarray.h for dynamic arrays, utstring.h for dynamic strings, and utlist.h for linked lists.

            RSS Recent comments

            13 Oct 2009 11:22 Avatar exn Thumbs up

            Hey ! It's looks like an nice tool.

            Do you have something like this for trees ?


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