On Friday 14 November 2008, Shane Hathaway wrote:
> ... which opens the door for a lot of interesting ways to use the
> persistence framework. Linking your object to the root causes your
> object to be managed by a ZODB.Connection and you get all the associated
> assumptions about pickling, ID management, etc. But if you instead
> assign the object to some persistence manager other than a
> ZODB.Connection, you could integrate with other kinds of storage systems
> without using pickles. I don't think this area has been explored nearly
> as much as it deserves.
Yep, I agree. I was at some point thinking about writing a storage layer for
an XML or JSON DB.
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