Release Notes: An incorrect sem_destroy call for named semaphores was fixed. This incorrect call affected parallel safe mode on FreeBSD. Incorrect installation of man files and an unnecessary -L directive were fixed.
Release Notes: Parallel safe mode shared memory control is now safe from race conditions with name semaphores.
Release Notes: This version supports Windows. libdbh2.a and libdbh2.dll are built with Mingw-64. A Windows installer is included.
Release Notes: This version supports Windows. It uses libdbh2.a and libdbh2.dll and is built with Mingw-64. A Windows installer is included.
Release Notes: This release adds changes to debian/rules and dbh.spec to allow binary package creation in .deb- and .rpm-based systems. RPM binary and Debian binary packages are included in this release.
Release Notes: This release adds the dbh_foreach() function, which allows smoother operation within a threaded environment.
Release Notes: The main content changes in this version are parallel and thread safe mechanisms for simultaneous access from independent processes or memory sharing threads. This release is the one which will be used by Rodent Filemanager in the upcoming 5.0 release.
Release Notes: This release provides 64-bit DiskBasedHashTables. DBH files may now grow up to 9.22E+18 bytes in size. This is on both 32-bit platforms like i386 and 64-bit platforms such as amd64. The release includes a source tarball, a Gentoo Linux ebuild, a FreeBSD port, and Ubuntu 10.4 deb packages in i386 and amd64 formats.
Release Notes: The version number has been modified to follow the xffm scheme, since the package is now also distributed as part of xffm (xffm.sf.net). The dependency on xfce-dev-tools has been removed, and the make process cleaned up.
Release Notes: In this version, if opening a file fails because the file is not a DBH file, or has been corrupted, exit(1) is no longer issued. Instead NULL is returned, so that it is now up to the application to decide what to do.