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Sun Feb 7 22:15:51 EST 2016
On Feb 8, 2016 7:07 AM, "Cem Karan" <cfkaran2 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I know that there are methods of handling this from the client-side
(tuples with unique counters come to mind), but if your library can handle
it directly, then that could be useful to others as well.
yeah it is a good idea to do at client side.
but if it should be introduced as feature into the library, instead of
tuples, we should just piggyback a single counter it to the self._indexes
dict, or better make another self._counts dict which will be light and fast.
and if you think again with this method you can easily subclass with just
using self._counts dict in your subclass. but still I think it is good to
introduce it as a feature in the library.
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