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Quick Intro to Tokyo Cabinet and Oklahoma_Mixer Ruby Library

A nice article covering the basic ops in Tokyo — getting and setting keys, counters and appended values, transactions, and database file management — with the help of the oklahoma_mixer ☞ Ruby library.

Those are the basics of using Tokyo Cabinet as a key-value store, but there’s really a lot more to what Tokyo Cabinet can do.


I am wondering if Kyoto Cabinet, the Tokyo Cabinet successor, will maintain the API compatibility and so the upgrade path will not get too complicated.