leveldb-haskell

Haskell bindings to LevelDB http://github.com/kim/leveldb-haskell

Version on this page:0.6.4
LTS Haskell 8.23:0.6.5
Stackage Nightly 2017-07-21:0.6.5
Latest on Hackage:0.6.5

This library provides Haskell bindings to LevelDB

Build Status

Installation

Prerequisites:

Note: as of version 1.3, LevelDB can be built as a shared library. Thus, as of version 0.1.0 of this library, LevelDB is no longer bundled and must be installed on the target system.

To install the latest version from hackage:

$ cabal install leveldb-haskell

To install from checked-out source:

$ cabal install

Notes

This library is in very early stage and has seen very limited testing. Comments and contributions are welcome.

Bugs and Contributing

Please report issues via http://github.com/kim/leveldb-haskell/issues.
Patches are best submitted as pull requests, or via email (kim.altintop@gmail.com).

License

BSD 3, see LICENSE file.

Changes

[0.6.5]:

* Relaxed constraints in `MonadResource` module

[0.6.1]:

* Expose `compactRange`

[0.6.0]:

* Slices include the end element (justifies version bump)
* Large parts of the Data.API implemented. This is now completely overdone

[0.5.0]:

* Remove `close` from public API

[0.4.2]:

* Deprecate `close`

[0.4.0]:

* New streaming interface (experimental)

[0.3.1]:

* Deprecate `mapIter`, `iterItems`, `iterKeys`, `iterValues`

[0.3.0]:

* ResourceT is no longer compulsory


[0.2.0]:

* requires LevelDB v1.7
* support for filter policy (LevelDB v1.5), either custom or using the built-in
bloom filter implementation
* write batch values no longer require a `memcpy` to be early-finalizer-safe
(introduced in 0.1.1)


[0.1.0]:

* memory (foreign pointers) is managed through
[ResourceT](http://hackage.haskell.org/package/resourcet). Note that this
requires to lift monadic actions inside the `MonadResource` monad, see the
examples.
* links against shared library (LevelDB v1.3 or higher)
* LevelDB 1.3 API fully supported (including custom comparators, excluding
custom environments)


[0.0.x]:

* experimental releases
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