Date: 2002-02-27 12:10:19
Author: ramey (ramey_at_[hidden]) at unix,mime
Date: 27/02/02 16:45
>It was with this issue in mind that I prefered the term
>serialization to object persistence. The later has been used to
>describe the systems you have referred to as well as serialization
>schemes similar to those presented here.
I to prefer serialisation to persistence, as I tend to think of
persistence along the lines of the work done by Paul Wilson at UTexas
and Texas Persistence store where effectively you have a persistent
heap and the user needs to do nothing inside his/her class, only make
a choice at allocation time.
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