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Re: [Bacula-devel] Accurate file project hash tables

> The problem with all "libraries" is either porting, which apparently
> dbm
> is not a problem, or the license.  About the only license that works
> Bacula is the BSD 3 clause license.  Can you point me to code that is
> small
> and appropriately licensed?

Gdbm (the GNU variant of dbm) can be obtained from ftp.gnu.org or the
Usual Sources. It's clean enough for Debian, but YMMV. 

Ndbm (the 4.4BSD dbm and the one shipped (I think) on solaris) should be
already present, or in most distributions. It's used by sendmail, so
should be present anywhere there's sendmail.  

Whether these are clean enough for you to use, I don't have any way of
telling. Gdbm is known to work well on Linux, Windows and Solaris; AIX
has spotty reports, HP/UX also has spotty reports. Irix has ndbm. 

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