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Stubbles Blog:
Some remarks to serialization without pity
March 22, 2007 @ 10:39:00

In response to Terry Chay's response about his previous blog post, Frank Kleine has posted a few more comments on the topic of object serialization and some of the assertions Terry made.

Terry Chay made some remarks to my last blog entry about a solution for lazy class loading without using __autoload(). Some of his statements seem like I explained my implementation not good enough leading to wrong interpretations. In this blog entry I'll use some of his statements to take a deeper look into my implementation and show that he has drawed some conclusions which I want to disprove.

He goes back and corrects some of what Terry has said in his response, including showing a more detailed version of him implementation. Be sure to check out the comments for the post, though - Terry comes back and clarifies some of the comments he'd made including the framework talk and changes of perspective having seen the new code snippet/information.

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