Hmm. A scan of the files in ZODB and persistence also turn up the
conflict resolution code, the import/export machinery, and
FileStorage. And a bunch of tests. And maybe the pickle cache and
cPersistence.c (although I haven't looked closely enough at that code
to know if it would need to be modified, maybe the function names in
the code are misleading).
On Mar 19, 2006, at 2:37 PM, Dieter Maurer wrote:
Chris McDonough wrote at 2006-3-18 20:58 -0500:
If yaml (or pysyck) supports all of the features of pickle, it's
theoretically possible. You would need to track down all of the
places in ZODB where the code serializes and deserializes data from
pickle format and write alternate serializing/deserializing logic.
But AFAIK the serialization code in ZODB is not very "pluggable".
I am much more optimistic.
I think only "ZODB/serialize.py" and "ZODB/Connection.py"
would need to be modified.
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