Diez B. Roggisch
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Mon Jun 15 14:45:37 CEST 2009
Aaron Brady wrote:
> Hi, please forgive the multi-posting on this general topic.
> Some time ago, I recommended a pursuit of keeping 'persistent
> composite' types on disk, to be read and updated at other times by
> other processes. Databases provide this functionality, with the
> exception that field types in any given table are required to be
> uniform. Python has no such restriction.
> I tried out an implementation of composite collections, specifically
> lists, sets, and dicts, using 'sqlite3' as a persistence back-end.
> It's significantly slower, but we might argue that attempting to do it
> by hand classifies as a premature optimization; it is easy to optimize
> debugged code.
Sounds like you are re-inventing the ZODB.
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