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Source code changes of the file "RELEASE.NOTES" between
bogofilter-1.2.4.tar.gz and bogofilter-1.2.5.rc1.tar.xz

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RELEASE.NOTES  (bogofilter-1.2.4):RELEASE.NOTES  (bogofilter-1.2.5.rc1.tar.xz)
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changes that require action upon update. changes that require action upon update.
Caution: If upgrading from an old version and skipping several Caution: If upgrading from an old version and skipping several
intervening versions of bogofilter, be smart and check all the intervening versions of bogofilter, be smart and check all the
changes of the versions you skipped! In particular, read the sections changes of the versions you skipped! In particular, read the sections
labeled "Incompat" and "Major". labeled "Incompat" and "Major".
NOTE: the NEWS document has greater detail on some of these changes. NOTE: the NEWS document has greater detail on some of these changes.
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[Major 1.2.5] Kyoto Cabinet and LMDB support added.
Bogofilter, as of release 1.2.5, supports:
+ Kyoto Cabinet databases, courtesy of Denny Lin. The Kyoto Cabinet database
is written and maintained by the same author as the Toyko Cabinet database,
and they recommend to use Kyoto Cabinet instead of Tokyo Cabinet.
+ LMDB databases (Lightning Memory-Mapped Database Manager), courteously
implemented and contributed by Steffen Nurpmeso.
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[Major 1.1.6] Tokyo Cabinet support (B+-trees with transactions) added
Bogofilter, as of release 1.1.6, supports Tokyo Cabinet databases,
courtesy of Pierre Habouzit. Tokyo Cabinet is the sequel to QDBM
with support for larger files and also written by Mikio Hirabayashi.
For new installations, if you considered using QDBM, consider using
Tokyo Cabinet instead.
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[Incompat 0.96.0] TDB removed [Incompat 0.96.0] TDB removed
Support for the TDB database library has been removed. Support for the TDB database library has been removed.
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[Incompat 0.95.2] Applies to Berkeley DB Transactional ONLY: [Incompat 0.95.2] Applies to Berkeley DB Transactional ONLY:
This release gives up on locking the databases at page granularity and This release gives up on locking the databases at page granularity and
locks whole environments, to overcome lock sizing requirements which are locks whole environments, to overcome lock sizing requirements which are
a major issue in unattended setups. a major issue in unattended setups.
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As a backwards compatibility option, for instance when space and I/O As a backwards compatibility option, for instance when space and I/O
bandwidth are tight, it is possible to use the old non-transactional, bandwidth are tight, it is possible to use the old non-transactional,
non-concurrent Berkeley DB Data Store, which can only register messages non-concurrent Berkeley DB Data Store, which can only register messages
when there are NO scoring processes at all and that may not be able when there are NO scoring processes at all and that may not be able
recover from application or system crashes. recover from application or system crashes.
These benefits are not available when bogofilter is compiled to use the These benefits are not available when bogofilter is compiled to use the
TDB or QDBM data bases. TDB or QDBM data bases.
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[Major 1.1.6] Tokyo Cabinet support (B+-trees with transactions) added
Bogofilter, as of release 1.1.6, supports Tokyo Cabinet databases,
courtesy of Pierre Habouzit. Tokyo Cabinet is the sequel to QDBM
with support for larger files and also written by Mikio Hirabayashi.
For new installations, if you considered using QDBM, consider using
Tokyo Cabinet instead.
[Incompat 0.93] Berkeley DB version strings changed [Incompat 0.93] Berkeley DB version strings changed
Bogofilter will now return the BerkeleyDB's actual DB_VERSION_STRING Bogofilter will now return the BerkeleyDB's actual DB_VERSION_STRING
in the output of 'bogofilter -V'. The OLD format was: in the output of 'bogofilter -V'. The OLD format was:
Database: BerkeleyDB (4.3.21) Database: BerkeleyDB (4.3.21)
The NEW format is: The NEW format is:
Database: Sleepycat Software: Berkeley DB 4.3.21: (November 8, 2004) Database: Sleepycat Software: Berkeley DB 4.3.21: (November 8, 2004)
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