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Python in a Pairtree

October 15, 2009


(Thanks to @anarchivist for the title – I’ll let him take all the ‘credit’) “Pairtree? huh, what’s that?” – in a nutshell it’s ‘just enough veneer on top of a conventional filesystem’ for it to be able to store objects sensibly; a way of storing objects by id on a normal hierarchical filesystem in a […]