Manual Reference Pages - GENEZZO::INDEX::BTHASH (3)
Genezzo::Index::btHash - btree Hash tied hash class. Makes a persistent
btree based upon Genezzo::Block::RDBlock look like a conventional
my %tied_hash = ();
my $tie_val =
tie %tied_hash, Genezzo::Index::btHash;
btHash is a wrapper for <B>Genezzo::Index::bt2B>, a btree class based upon
<B>Genezzo::Block::RDBlockB>. The tied hash is functionally complete, but
not particularly efficient in some cases due to the impedance
mismatch between the hash, btree and underlying RDBlock
figure out whether should be a pushhash, hash, or rowsource
SQLPrepare/Execute/Fetch: clean up. Shouldnt need to manage a distinction between using btHash as a row source and the old bt2 api. bt2 is wrong - should only have one Fetch style. Should be able to use the index start/stop key vs filtering.
NEXTKEY: broken in dump tsidx for case where create 2 tables, insert some rows, then drop the first table (and dont COMMIT) and call dump tsidx. Loops in NEXTKEY - never terminates for allfileused index.
Add ReadOnly mode so can view indexes, but not insert/update/delete.
Jeffrey I. Cohen, firstname.lastname@example.org
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