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Re: Scripting on Windows - persisting data structures
Author: Michael Winser Posted: 1/12/1999; 10:35:01 AM Topic: Scripting on Windows Msg #: 2030 (In response to 2017) Prev/Next: 2029 / 2031
I want to be able to build complicated data structures in script and persist (save or load) them with a single call.
Yes, I could expose standard methods on my script objects to enable this but I can't think of a good reason why I should have to do this. The script engine has all the information it needs to do this properly (garbage collection and persistence have a lot in common).
I don't care what format is used (but I'm sure Dave will vote for an XML based format).
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- Re: Scripting on Windows - persisting data structures, Dave Winer, 1/12/1999; 11:00:35 AM
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