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Old 11-05-2010, 07:49 PM   #1
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C library for btree / SAM data bases

I am looking for a simple C library that handles btrees / ISAM data bases on Linux. Can somebody recommend a product?

Thank you, Yves Plasse.
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It's not free (or maybe it is from some source I'm not aware of) but IBM Informix C-ISAM is the best of the breed. Take a look at and see what you think.

Hope this helps some.
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I don't know what method it uses to index it's records, but sqlite offers a database with low overhead as it is not based on a server-client scheme.


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