On Jan 29, 2007, at 5:46 PM, Philipp von Weitershausen wrote:
After refreshing a product, Zope 2 uses the following stanza in
App.RefreshFuncs.autoRefresh() to let the ZODB know that it should
invalidate its pickle caches:
... refresh products
from ZODB import Connection
That is really weird code. It looks very brittle.
That way, persistent objects will use the newly reimported classes
instead of continuing to use the old, no longer current classes.
I suppose that was the intent.
For grok I tried to implement the same mechanism and copied that
code almost verbatimly, only to find out it doesn't seem to work.
Persistent objects will still be instances of the classes that
should have been thrown away during the re-import of modules.
Testing product refresh with both Zope 2.9 and 2.10 produces errors
for me while Zope 2.8 works, which leads me to the assumption that
a cache invalidation bug was introduced after ZODB 3.4. Is anybody
else seeing this?
The way that connections were managed changes quite a bit in 3.4.
I'm a bit surprised nobody else has complained about this so far...
Maybe people finally stopped using product-refresh because it doesn't
Help with tracking this down would be greatly appreciated.
Shane originally wrote this. Maybe he could help out. I'm not
interested myself. In fact, I'l be happy to see this code get ripped
out. If it stays in it needs a doctest to prevent future regression
and to explain how to use it, including what it's semantics and
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