[Neo] Neo4j for personal information database
mattias at neotechnology.com
Tue Sep 2 10:30:20 CEST 2008
I guess a very natural place would be to add it to the neo-utils
Collection implementations. There's a lot of work in and around
collections already done there. Maybe I could take a look at extending
that implementation with Comparator.
2008/9/1 Johan Svensson <johan at neotechnology.com>:
> I think we could add a collection utility that keeps a set of nodes
> sorted according to a comparator given at creation time (of the
> collection utility). Later we could add support so an exception is
> thrown if the comparator is not serializable but for now we can just
> do a quick implementation where the right comparator has to be passed
> in constructor to maintain consistent state.
> I'll create a ticket for this and hopefully someone will see to it
> quite soon (we are currently quite busy with the upcoming release).
> On Tue, Aug 26, 2008 at 4:53 PM, Nils Kaiser <NilsKaiser at gmx.net> wrote:
>> The comparator approach sounds more suited to me as well... sorting
>> should probably not be done in memory here, and it might make sense to
>> generate some indexes to allow quick filtering within that collection or
>> graph subset or so.
>> Has anyone done anything similar yet? That requirement seems to be the
>> only thing preventing me to give a Neo4j a go (vs. for example jackrabbit).
>> Please correct me if anything doesnt make sense!
>> Anders Nawroth schrieb:
>>> A sorted structure seems like a really good idea to me.
>>> But i'd rather like to see something more generic, where the user
>>> provides a Comparator<Node> implementation.
>>> One reason for this is that Strings can be sorted in different ways,
>>> using different Locales, case in/sensitive and so on. If there is a
>>> clear benefit from it, some common use cases could be covered by
>>> prebuilt Comparators. Or code snippets in the documentation (would be my
>>> choice) laying out common use cases.
>>> And the user could also do so much more fun things with a Comparator to
>>> play with :-)
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