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From Andrey Somov <trophyb...@googlemail.com>
Subject Tree::term() is really a tree()
Date Wed, 09 Mar 2011 14:43:38 GMT
Hi all,
I have found the following comment in the source (couch_db.hrl):

% Tree::term() is really a tree(), but we don't want to require R13B04 yet
-type branch() :: {Key::term(), Value::term(), Tree::term()}.

Does it mean that CouchDB includes its own copy of gb_trees.erl ?
Does it mean that CouchDB implements its own tree but the interface is
identical to gb_trees.erl and it will be changed once R13B04 is required ?


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Andrey

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