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OOPS

OOPS is a system for making Perl objects transparently persistent. It handles deeply nested and cross-linked objects, and even object hierarchies that are too large to fit in memory and (with a hint) individual hash tables that are too large for memory. Objects are demand-loaded into memory as they are accessed, and all changes are saved with a single commit().

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  •  12 Mar 2009 16:02

    Release Notes: "FOR UPDATE" is no longer added to queries when mysql version 5.0.45 or above is detected.

    •  09 Aug 2006 11:10

      Release Notes: The regression suite was tested with the current versions of PostgreSQL, MySQL, and SQLite. A number of minor bugs were fixed and the license was changed to GPL.

      •  17 May 2004 09:21

        Release Notes: Added support for SQLite, and fixed a major bug in the PostgreSQL interface.

        •  12 May 2004 03:35

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

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