Raptile - A fork from the raptor DB
- Consistency in programming conventions. call me nitpick, but I need my code-base to follow some set of guidelines so I can orient myself more easily.
- Tests. There are a couple of tests, but this doesn't go far enough for me.
Additionally, Raptile has a different focus. Things that already changed are e.g.
- support that was started for duplicate keys in RaptorDB has been removed.
- Usage of the file system has been abstracted through the lovely File system abstraction OpenFileSystem. This allows for very simple in-memory testing.
What you can expect in the future is the ability to define secondary indices to quickly retrieve groups of related objects.
Hence, while you can consider this to be a fork of Raptor DB, it is unlikely that I will pull code updates done to Raptor DB.
RaptorDB follows the Apache 2.0 license, Raptile will stay there as well