Andreas Ronge, Martin Kleppmann and the other contributors have recently released Neo4j.rb 0.3.2. The project on GitHub now has thirteen forks. The release announcement was sent to the Neo4j Ruby group.

Major points from the changelog:

  • experimental support for aggregating nodes
  • traversal with traversal position
  • addition of the graph-algo AllSimplePaths algorithm
  • upgrade to Neo4j-b9 with a Neo4j.all_nodes method added



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