We are happy to announce the release of HDFql 2.4.0!
This version includes:
Added support for user-defined block of data stored within an HDF5 file in a space reserved for this purpose
Added “LIKE” option in the “SHOW DIRECTORY” and “SHOW FILE” operations
Added “BY NAME” option in all relevant HDFql operations (to get the result of an operation as a name (i.e. string) instead of a number)
Improved memory footprint to maintain an open HDF5 file (it now takes ~3 KB to maintain an open file - before it was taking ~30 KB)
(Please check the release notes for further details and some examples that illustrate how HDFql works)