I have created a Facebook page for Piggydb.
Because I’m not an active user of Facebook, I don’t quite understand how it works yet. I just aggregated Piggydb-related feeds (including this blog) on the page. If you are a Facebook user, it would be helpful to follow almost all the activities of Piggydb.
This release changes the fragment interface so that the content toggle is disabled when the content to display doesn’t exist.
In older versions, a fragment node box always has a content toggle button (▽) even when the fragment has no content. But clicking the button shows additional information: update-info and fragment-parents as blow:
In this version, the toggle button is hidden when the content is empty, and the additional information that was placed in the fragment body was moved to the fragment header as below:
This change saves you from unnecessary clicks and allows you to traverse your fragment network more smoothly.
Download Piggydb V4.21 at http://piggydb.net/
It’s been almost a half year since V4.19 was released last year. I’m back to the project and struggling to regain rhythm. This release is one of those steps.
This release fixes the memory leak bug caused by the database engine (H2 Database Engine).
Just after this release, the source code repository was migrated from SourceForge.net to GitHub so you can tweak the code and feed it back more easily.
Download Piggydb V4.20 at http://piggydb.net/