OQGraph Engine for MariaDB

Registered 2009-10-19 by Arjen Lentz

The OQGRAPH engine is a computation engine plugin for handling hierarchies (trees) and graphs (friend-of-a-friend, etc) cleanly through standard SQL.

OQGRAPH was designed and implemented by Arjen Lentz @ Open Query, as a storage engine plugin for MariaDB. The v2 and v3 implementations are led by Antony Curtis.
All implementations are GPLv2 licenced.

* Documentation at http://openquery.com/graph/doc
* Support forum at http://openquery.com/forum/oqgraph
* Packaged builds at http://mariadb.com (MariaDB 5.2 and up) or http://ourdelta.org (MySQL 5.0, old)

* IMPORTANT * Bugs are now tracked in the MariaDB JIRA system: https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/bugtrackers/mariadb-bugs - use the label oqgraph.

MariaDB 5.2 and above uses the v2 implementation (with in-memory non-persistent storage), and for MariaDB 10.0 we're working on the v3 implementation which shims on top of an existing engine (such as InnoDB). While OQGRAPH is a clean plugin, plugins cannot be built outside of a MySQL/MariaDB tree or separate from the main server, due to build environment dependencies. Given that OQGRAPH now only exists within MariaDB, from v3 we simply branch from MariaDB mainline.

If you wish to contribute (either in code or discussion/feedback), please join the oqgraph-dev group and mailing list.
For commercial inquiries, please see http://openquery.com/contact

Project information

Maintainer:
OQgraph developers
Driver:
Arjen Lentz
Development focus:

trunk series 

lp:oqgraph 
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Programming Languages:
C, C++
Licences:
GNU GPL v2
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