Would you add some information on how to build and install? Currently only
Linux binaries are provided. I would like to try it on Mac OSX.
Peter Benjamin Volk wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am happy to announce that we have released the first beta version of
> the revision storage engine. The DDengines Revision Engine for MySQL is
> a storage pluggin for MySQL 5.1. It is designed to automatically version
> data of a database table and store it in a way where the retrieval of
> historical versions of datasets is easy to manage. The Revision Engine
> is not a new type of physical storage engine but a middle ware between
> the MySQL core and all other available storage engines. It uses already
> existing storage engines (e.g. MyISAM) to physically store current and
> historic versions.
> Today’s national and international regulations laws require that data is
> archived and reproducible for several years. Software developers spend
> major time in order to guarantee the needs of lawyers and data security
> engineers. Database technology as the core technology for data storage
> of applications can support the developers in order to master the task
> of reproducible data engineering. The Revision engine can perform data
> versioning in several different modes to fit the needs of performance
> and disk footprint.
> For more information visit http://www.ddengine.org/versioneng.
Giuseppe Maxia, MySQL Community Team Lead
Sun Microsystems, www.mysql.com