The Persistent package makes working with persistent data real
easy by using the C<tie> interface.
It works by storing data contained in a variable into a file (not
unlike a database). The primary advantage is speed, as the whole
datastructure is kept in memory (which is also a limitation), and, of
course, that you can use arbitrary data structures in
Revision history for Perl extension Tie::Persistent.
1.0 Tue May 6 12:14:18 MET 2002
- Benjamin Liberman <firstname.lastname@example.org> added autosyncing;
also fixed problem with scalar refs and splice.
- fixed a bug with numbered backupfiles
- Storable is now optional, a warning is issued if '-w' is active.
- removed Sys::Hostname due to portability problems
0.902 Tue Jul 4 15:51