> On Thu, Feb 9, 2012 at 11:32 AM, Marius Gedminas <mar...@gedmin.as> wrote:
>> On Thu, Feb 09, 2012 at 02:26:10AM +0100, Kaweh Kazemi wrote:
>>> Thanks a lot for the investigation, Marius. That was awesome.
>>> Seems to me, I need to upgrade to Python 2.7 and be done with the
>>> problem then. :/
>> I wonder, though, if ZODB ought to use the 'noload' method of
>> cPickle.Unpickler, which is undocumented and broken on 2.6 (and gone on
>> 3.x, AFAIU).
> noload exists for ZODB.
> We ZC (DC at the time) wrote cPickle because ZODB needed a
> highly-optimized
> pickler.  There are a number of decisions we made specifically with
> ZODB in mind.
> I don't think the Python 3 version of cPickle reflects these
> priorities.  I strongly suspect
> we'll end up having our own cPickle in the long run.

It would be wonderful if ZODB settled on an internal version of cPickle
that didn't use recursion so we could Pickler.dump() OFS.File objects
bigger than 32mb :-)

Darryl Dixon
Winterhouse Consulting Ltd

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