ZODB v5.4.0 Release NotesRelease Date: 2018-03-26 // about 4 years ago
- ZODB now uses pickle protocol 3 for both Python 2 and Python 3.
(Previously, protocol 2 was used for Python 2.)
The zodbpickle package provides a
zodbpickle.binarystring type that should be used in Python 2 to cause binary strings to be saved in a pickle binary format, so they can be loaded correctly in Python 3. Pickle protocol 3 is needed for this to work correctly.
Object identifiers in persistent references are saved as
zodbpickle.binarystrings in Python 2, so that they are loaded correctly in Python 3.
If an object is missing from the index while packing a
FileStorage, report its full
Storage imports are a bit faster.
👀 Storages can be important from non-seekable sources, like file-wrapped pipes.