Last updated at 5:31 pm UTC on 16 January 2006
- A primitive DB API for Squeak that turns second level storage (i.e. your hard drive) into a content addressable memory (i.e. the api is essentially "at these bytes put these other bytes" and "give me what's stored at these bytes")
- An interface BerkeleyDB. The first implementation of the primitive API uses BerkeleyDB.
- An object database. On top of the low-level primitive API, a framework for storing any Squeak object into a "persistent object memory" is implemented. This framework includes the ability to garbage collect persistent memory.
For more information and to download the early pre-alpha version, see http://spair.swiki.net/berkeley. - Stephen Pair