[IronPython] Dict convertion question
t-bruch at microsoft.com
Thu Jul 20 17:10:56 CEST 2006
Thanks for the feedback. In CPython, there are actually two
implementations of pickle: one written in Python (pickle) and one
written in C (cPickle). Only the Python version of pickle is available
in beta 9, but we're hoping to include an implementation of cPickle,
which should be quite a bit faster, in a future release of IronPython.
What is the nature of the dict that you're trying to save? How many
elements does it have, and what data types are those elements? Maybe
there's something we can do to improve pickle's performance for you.
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[mailto:users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com] On Behalf Of JoeSox
Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2006 10:06 PM
To: Discussion of IronPython
Subject: Re: [IronPython] Dict convertion question
Perfect Bruce thanks for the suggestion. Thanks exactly what I was
looking for. However, it took around six minutes to create a file
using pickle, as opposed to one second when I used File.WriteAllText.
I understand pickle may be compressing but the space savings is not a
significant enough benefit. Here's my code examples below and the
file sizes(both used the same Dict):
Dict myDict = new Dict();
engine.ExecuteToConsole("fw=c.fw_edges");//c.fw_edges is the large
myDict = (Dict)engine.Globals["fw"];
File.WriteAllText(Application.StartupPath + "\\mydict.txt",
(This results in a file size of 1,540,096 bytes which was created in
about a second.)
engine.Globals["myfile"] = Application.StartupPath + "\\fw_edges.txt";
engine.ExecuteToConsole("output =open(myfile, 'wb')");
(This results in a file size of 1,052,672 bytes which was created in
about six minutes or more.)
I would like the speed of File.WriteAllText, the compression is not
really an issue for me.
On 7/19/06, Bruce Christensen <t-bruch at microsoft.com> wrote:
> Since we just added support for this, please let us know if you run
> any problems.
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