On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 5:59 PM, Chris Withers <ch...@simplistix.co.uk> wrote:
> Jim Fulton wrote:
>>> Also feels like a bit of an ask for fixing a deprecation warning bug ;-)
>> I don't follow that. Isn't that what you did?
> No, I ran an existing test script with two versions of python and verified
> that it worked as expected in both cases, with no deprecation warning being
>>> This would probably be something to do next time the .fs format changes
>>> such a way that repozo needs updating...
>> That's not what happened this time is it?
> No. md5 became deprecated, the FileStorage format hasn't changed between
> Python 2.4 and 2.6. As far as I'm aware, python versions and .fs formats are
> orthogonal ;-)
>> AFAICT, repozo doesn't have automated tests, or this would have been
>> caught. This means that repozo is susceptible to breakage at any time.
>> I didn't add repozo to ZODB, but without tests, I'd be happy to take
>> it out. ;)
> Then how do you backup filestorages? What's the official, supported way of
> backing up FileStorages? I'd be more than happy to switch to using that
There's nothing official or supported about a backup solution without
So I guess there isn't one.
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