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Sary is a suffix array library and tools. It provides fast full-text search facilities for text files on the order of 10 to 100 MB using a data structure called a suffix array. It can also search specific fields in a text file by assigning index points to those fields.


Recent releases

  •  12 Dec 2000 16:09

    Release Notes: Multi-threaded block sorting has been implemented. Try the -t option with mksary if your machine has two or more CPUs. Memory leaks in the library have been fixed. The header file has been fixed.

    •  06 Dec 2000 10:31

      Release Notes: Peroformance of suffix array construction has been improved. Construction time is reduced by 40%. Memory-saving block sorting has been implemented. A progress bar has been added to mksary.

      •  01 Dec 2000 15:48

        Release Notes: Locale support has been added. Case-insensitive searches can now be performed for European languages. A header files bug has been fixed.

        •  26 Nov 2000 15:48

          Release Notes: Search performance has been doubled. A cache engine has been implemented. Several bugs have been fixed.

          •  18 Nov 2000 15:46

            Release Notes: Case-insensitive searching is now supported.


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