[IronPython] Compatibility of cPython Pickled Objects w/IronPython
nico.rauhut at web.de
Wed Sep 5 19:17:40 CEST 2007
I have run a few tests passing values from cPython to IronPython (and back)
using a pickled list (in order to integrate .NET-Components in Zope).
Unfortunately the results were not as good as expected.
The only protocol that seemed to be useful is version 0 of the
pickle-module. Using this protocol I was able to pass a list including some
floats, boolean and integer to IronPython, use these values in a .NET-class
and return the result-values to cPython. Only strings made some difficulties
(insecure string pickle).
Protocol-version 1 doesn't work properly. Especially float-values make some
trouble. When I unpickle my list in IronPython these values seemed to be
adulterated (...hmm dont know if this is the right word :)
Protocol-version 2 seemed to be entire useless as I wasnt able to unpickle
my list in cPython.
I tested the cPickle-module, too. But as expected the results were even
Are there any plans to improve the pickle-compatibility in future releases
of IronPython? Has somebody else made some other experiences with
Von: users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com
[mailto:users-bounces at lists.ironpython.com] Im Auftrag von Michael Foord
Gesendet: Sonntag, 15. Juli 2007 20:33
An: Discussion of IronPython
Betreff: Re: [IronPython] Compatibility of cPython Pickled Objects
M. David Peterson wrote:
> As per the subject line, is there any reason why passing pickled
> objects between cPython and IronPython wouldn't just work? Of course I
> could just try and find out, but I hesitate to jump into unchartered
> territory as (and I assume I am not alone in this) I have a tendency
> to become infatuated with forcing things into submission when they
> don't "just work", eating away an entire dev day or two in the process.
> Anyone care to help a brother save a couple dev days and a few strands
> of hair? :D
> Thanks in advance!
I haven't tried it, but they *should* be compatible. Pickle uses its own
stack based language to write out objects - so for pure Python it should
As pickle is a pure Python module which works (I'm pretty sure I tried
it back in the past !?!) with IronPython, the semantics should be unchanged.
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