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Release: InfiniteGraph 0.9, 64bit versions and weighted edges

It looks like InfiniteGraph, the newcomer in the graph database world, is moving fast towards its first 1.0 release.

In this ☞ latest release, they’ve added support for 64bit Linux and Windows platforms (nb I’m still waiting for the Mac OS version and also wondering what the final license will be).

Another feature present in this version is weighted edges, a notion pretty common for graphs.

Thanks to Todd Stavish the sample app implemented so far using InfoGrid, Neo4j, sones GraphDB[1] and Filament has now a version in InfiniteGraph. Go check it out!