[Morten W. Petersen]
| The ideal solution would be to use an object that lives in the ZODB,
| I wonder if there is a way to keep the 'object history' empty? That
| is, keeping the counter 'packed' while retaining 'object history'
| information on all other objects.
I'm no ZODB expert, but I think the short story is that you can't have
this across several threads -- because you would have to use _v_
attribs. And what good is a ThreadSafeCounter if it's not threadsafe?
By the way, the reasons for this to be better as a ZODB object is that
you wouldn't have to worry about which filesystem the server runs, and
if there is serveral servers?
If you have the resources, a really cool thing would be to set up a
Zope box running a counter and an XML-RPC script in the other end.
That wouldn't be a problem making safe. You do have other stuff to
consider then, though.
I like XML-RPC.
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