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Old 28th July 2011
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Default Fast key-value store LevelDB released by Google

From http://www.h-online.com/open/news/it...e-1286622.html

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LevelDB is a new, fast, lightweight key-value storage engine that has been announced by Google to compete with libraries such as SQLite and Kyoto Cabinet's TreeDB. A precursor of the C++ library, which has been open sourced under a BSD-style licence, can be found powering Google's BigTable system. LevelDB is designed to have low dependencies on other libraries and has already been ported to various Unix-based systems, Mac OS X, Windows and Android. It will be used in an upcoming version of Chrome to power the browser's HTML5 IndexedDB implementation.
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