From: Mohammed Iqbal (miqbal_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-05-05 01:59:38
Why you choose Berkley DB in particular?
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From: "Pierre DOUCY" <pdoucyml_at_[hidden]>
Sent: Tuesday, May 04, 2004 10:52 PM
Subject: Re: [boost] bdb and mpi selectors for the graph library
> What I propose, in the case of bdb, is just an edge and a vertex
> container, which allows you to do something like :
> typedef adjacency_list<bdbS, bdbS, ...> Graph;
> and store you whole graph in a berkeley DB database, so that you can
> play with fairly big graphs...
> Hope it answers your question...
> Le 3 mai 04, à 16:06, Roman Yakovenko a écrit :
> > Hi. I don't understand what do you propose.
> >> The second is aimed at situations when you can't distribute
> >> your graph (e.g.
> >> you're partitionning it before distributing it), or speed
> >> isn't an issue. It
> >> uses a berkeley DB database to store the graph.
> > Do you propose interface that suitable for boost::graph library
> > while implementation of graph is BDB ? If so I'd like to see some code
> > or\and documentation.
> > Roman
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