[Zodb-checkins] CVS: Zope3/src/ZODB - Connection.py:1.146
gintas at pov.lt
Fri Apr 9 07:11:34 EDT 2004
Update of /cvs-repository/Zope3/src/ZODB
In directory cvs.zope.org:/tmp/cvs-serv8199
Harmless stuff: fixed several typos and removed trailing whitespace in a few
=== Zope3/src/ZODB/Connection.py 1.145 => 1.146 ===
--- Zope3/src/ZODB/Connection.py:1.145 Thu Apr 8 14:12:25 2004
+++ Zope3/src/ZODB/Connection.py Fri Apr 9 07:11:32 2004
@@ -60,7 +60,7 @@
Connection that loaded them. When a transaction commits, it uses
the Connection to store modified objects.
- The typical use of ZODB is for each thread to have its own
+ Typical use of ZODB is for each thread to have its own
Connection and that no thread should have more than one Connection
to the same database. A thread is associated with a Connection by
loading objects from that Connection. Objects loaded by one
@@ -168,7 +168,7 @@
# the lock must be held when reading _invalidated.
# XXX It sucks that we have to hold the lock to read
- # _invalidated. Normally, _invalidated is written by call
+ # _invalidated. Normally, _invalidated is written by calling
# dict.update, which will execute atomically by virtue of the
# GIL. But some storage might generate oids where hash or
# compare invokes Python code. In that case, the GIL can't
@@ -200,8 +200,8 @@
"""Use a transaction bound to the connection rather than the thread"""
- # XXX mark this method as depcrecated? note that it's
- # signature changed?
+ # XXX mark this method as deprecated?
+ # Note that its signature has changed.
if self._txn_mgr is transaction:
self._txn_mgr = transaction.TransactionManager()
@@ -277,9 +277,9 @@
"""Add a new object 'obj' to the database and assign it an oid.
A persistent object is normally added to the database and
- assigned an oid when it becomes reachable an object already in
+ assigned an oid when it becomes reachable to an object already in
the database. In some cases, it is useful to create a new
- object and uses its oid (_p_oid) in a single transaction.
+ object and use its oid (_p_oid) in a single transaction.
This method assigns a new oid regardless of whether the object
@@ -357,7 +357,7 @@
- """Creates a new cache, discarding the old.
+ """Creates a new cache, discarding the old one.
See the docstring for the resetCaches() function.
@@ -509,9 +509,9 @@
serial = getattr(obj, "_p_serial", z64)
if serial == z64:
- # new object
+ # obj is a new object
- # If this object was added, it is now in _creating, so can
+ # Because obj was added, it is now in _creating, so it can
# be removed from _added.
@@ -528,7 +528,7 @@
self._cache[oid] = obj
- # Dang, I bet its wrapped:
+ # Dang, I bet it's wrapped:
if hasattr(obj, 'aq_base'):
self._cache[oid] = obj.aq_base
@@ -538,7 +538,7 @@
self._added_during_commit = None
def commit_sub(self, t):
- """Commit all work done in all subtransactions for this transaction"""
+ """Commit all work done in all subtransactions for this transaction."""
if self._tmp is None:
src = self._storage
@@ -559,7 +559,7 @@
self._handle_serial(s, oid, change=False)
def abort_sub(self, t):
- """Abort work done in all subtransactions for this transaction"""
+ """Abort work done in all subtransactions for this transaction."""
if self._tmp is None:
src = self._storage
@@ -708,6 +708,7 @@
# There is a harmless data race with self._invalidated. A
# dict update could go on in another thread, but we don't care
# because we have to check again after the load anyway.
if (obj._p_oid in self._invalidated
and not myhasattr(obj, "_p_independent")):
# If the object has _p_independent(), we will handle it below.
@@ -787,7 +788,7 @@
def oldstate(self, obj, tid):
"""Return copy of obj that was written by tid.
- XXX The returned object does not have the typical metdata
+ XXX The returned object does not have the typical metadata
(_p_jar, _p_oid, _p_serial) set. I'm not sure how references
to other peristent objects are handled.
@@ -899,12 +900,12 @@
del obj._p_changed # transition from changed to ghost
- obj._p_changed = 0 # trans. from changed to uptodate
+ obj._p_changed = 0 # transition from changed to up-to-date
obj._p_serial = serial
def tpc_finish(self, transaction):
- # It's important that the storage call the function we pass
- # while it still has it's lock. We don't want another thread
+ # It's important that the storage calls the function we pass
+ # while it still has its lock. We don't want another thread
# to be able to read any updated data until we've had a chance
# to send an invalidation message to all of the other
@@ -939,10 +940,10 @@
def setDebugInfo(self, *args):
self._debug_info = self._debug_info + args
- def getTransferCounts(self, clear=0):
+ def getTransferCounts(self, clear=False):
"""Returns the number of objects loaded and stored.
- Set the clear argument to reset the counters.
+ If clear is True, reset the counters.
res = self._load_count, self._store_count
=== Zope3/src/ZODB/serialize.py 1.12 => 1.13 ===
--- Zope3/src/ZODB/serialize.py:1.12 Thu Feb 26 17:55:51 2004
+++ Zope3/src/ZODB/serialize.py Fri Apr 9 07:11:32 2004
@@ -154,7 +154,7 @@
>>> bob._p_jar is jar
- If the object already has a persistent id, it is not changed:
+ If the object already has a persistent id, the id is not changed:
>>> bob._p_oid = 24
>>> oid, cls = writer.persistent_id(bob)
@@ -173,7 +173,7 @@
"""foreign database connection
Constructor arguments used by __new__(), as returned by
- __getnewargs__(), can affect memory allocation, but also may
+ __getnewargs__(), can affect memory allocation, but may also
change over the life of the object. This makes it useless to
cache even the object's class.
@@ -210,7 +210,7 @@
# Not persistent, pickle normally
- # Any persistent object mosy have an oid:
+ # Any persistent object must have an oid:
oid = obj._p_oid
@@ -237,10 +237,10 @@
if oid is None:
# Here we are causing the object to be saved in
# the database. One could argue that we shouldn't
- # do this, because a wekref should not cause an object
+ # do this, because a weakref should not cause an object
# to be added. We'll be optimistic, though, and
# assume that the object will be added eventually.
oid = self._jar.new_oid()
obj._p_jar = self._jar
obj._p_oid = oid
@@ -275,7 +275,7 @@
def serialize(self, obj):
# We don't use __class__ here, because obj could be a persistent proxy.
- # We don't want to be folled by proxies.
+ # We don't want to be fooled by proxies.
klass = type(obj)
newargs = getattr(obj, "__getnewargs__", None)
@@ -375,7 +375,7 @@
if args is None:
args = ()
- # Definately new style direct class reference
+ # Definitely new style direct class reference
args = ()
if issubclass(klass, Broken):
@@ -527,7 +527,7 @@
# tuples, so that we wrap oids that are lists or tuples in
- # - oids may *not* be false. I'm not sure why.
+ # - oids may *not* be False. I'm not sure why.
out = 
for v in rootl:
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