On 22.07.13 13:08, Jim Fulton wrote:
On Sat, Jul 20, 2013 at 11:27 PM, Christian Tismer <tis...@stackless.com> wrote:
The BTrees package is an attempt to isolate certain things from ZODB.
While I appreciate the general intent, I cannot see the advantage at
- BTrees can be imported alone, yes. But it has the extensions prepared
with special ZODB slots, which makes this very questionable.
- BTrees furthermore claims the BTrees global bame for it, all though it
is not a general BTree package, but for ZODB BTrees, only.
Yeah, I worried about this when we broke it out.
OTOH, there isn't much concern with namespace
pollution in the Python community. :/
- BTrees has a serious bug, see the following example:
from BTrees import OOBTree as BT
t = BT.BTree()
for num in range(100):
... k = str(num)
... t[k] = k
t._firstbucket._next = None
Bus error: 10
So there is either an omission to make t._next() read-only, or a check
of its validity is missing.
Yup. OTOH, you're the first person to encounter this
after many years, so while this is bad, and needs to be
fixed, I'm not sure how serious it is as a practical matter.
Actually, I would like to add a callable-check instead, to allow for more
I don't understand this.
Simple: I am writing BTree forests for versioned, read-only databases.
For that, I need a way to create a version of Bucket that allows to
override the _next field by maybe a callable.
Otherwise all the buckets are chained together and I have no way
to let frozen BTrees share buckets.
When I played with the structure, I was happy/astonished to see the
being writable and thought it was intended to be so.
It was not, in the end ;-)
cheers - Chris
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