POT (Persisted Object Tree) is a persistency layer that lets you persist almost any thinkable object tree. It logs all the changes made to objects in your tree while they are happening. It supports transactions so that in case of a crash the reloaded data will be in a sane state.
DocumentationUser manual available in HTML format from http://pot.forgeahead.hu/html/html/index.html
released on 1 June 2005
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