[spambayes-dev] improving dumbdbm's survival chances...
T.A.Meyer at massey.ac.nz
Tue Jul 15 14:50:12 EDT 2003
>>> "Tim Peters" wrote
> Note that *ever* using dumbdbm for the spambayes database remains a
> monumentally bad idea, though.
So, to be clear, we still might as well print a warning for those people
using it, encouraging them to either use a pickle or other dbm? Should
we still follow through with refusing to use it in the release after
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