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Although there is no single theme to YottaDB r1.32, it qualifies as a
major release because it includes a significant number of enhancements,
including several to enable the Application Independent Metadata plugin
(https://gitlab.com/YottaDB/Util/YDBAIM) plugin. The plugin provides
functionality for applications to push responsibility for maintaining
cross references and statistics to YottaDB triggers, thereby reducing
the code that applications must maintain. We will tell you more about
the AIM plugin in the near future. Enhancements include:
The $ZYSUFFIX() function enables applications to create variable
and routine names that are guaranteed for all practical purposes to be
unique, as it uses all 128 bits of the 128-bit MurmurHash3
hash to create a 22-character string which can be appended to a string
like "MyApp" to create legal variable and routine names.
A $ZPARSE() option to follow symbolic links.
Sourcing ydb_env_set creates and manages a three-region database, and defaults to UTF-8 mode.
An option to allow $ZINTERRUPT to be invoked for the USR2 signal.
The --aim option of ydbinstall / ydbinstall.sh installs the Application Independent Metadata plugin.
Shell-like word expansion with $VIEW("WORDEXP").
Propagation downstream of context set by triggers.
ydb_ci_*() functions return the ZHALT argument for C code that calls M code which terminates with a ZHALT.