ZODB: don't like self._p_changed

Max M maxm at mxm.dk
Thu Jan 9 13:30:25 CET 2003

Thomas Guettler wrote:
> Max M schrieb:

>> Probably not. How should an object know if a mutable subobject has 
>> been changed?
> The method "append" could set the flag.

Then you would need to use specialized objects instead of the built in 
objects. That would shurely be more cumbersome than setting the 
persistence flag?

regards Max M


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