Introducing B++ Trees, a C++ B+ Tree library

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  • BppTree

    B++ Tree

  • stx-btree

    OBSOLETE, contained in - STX B+ Tree C++ Template Classes -

    Apart from persistent mode (which is very cool!), what are design differences with abseil btree and tlx-btree (former stx-btree)?

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  • immer

    Postmodern immutable and persistent data structures for C++ — value semantics at scale (by arximboldi)

    Yeah I agree that I should link that wikipedia page in the docs, I'll do that as soon as I get a chance. immer ( also links that page in its docs, for the exact same reason I'm sure. Interestingly, there is a lot of overlap between persistent data structures in the functional programming sense and persistent data structures in the persisted-to-disk sense because persistent data structures in the FP sense are one of the best ways to guarantee atomic updates and safe failure recovery in a persisted-to-disk system! Btrfs and ZFS, as well as many databases, are at their core basically just copy-on-write B+ trees.

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