[concurrency-interest] Persistent data structures

Karl Krukow kkr at trifork.com
Tue Oct 4 04:57:49 EDT 2011

The Clojure programming language has many persistent datastructures and it's creator Rich Hickey is very conscious about performance. So I recommend trying Clojure.

Alternatively if you are staying in Java, you can use clj-ds which is a port of Clojures data structures that I've made to work in a Java context. Clojure has just been updated to 1.3, and I'm looking to port any changes to clj-ds.

Kind Regards,
- Karl


On 04/10/2011, at 10.46, Florian Weimer wrote:

> I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, but anyway: I'm looking
> for reasonably efficient implementations of persistent data structures,
> mainly maps and list (with fast index-based access and addition at the
> end).  Is there a canonical library I should choose?
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