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On Jan 4, 2013 2:09 AM, "Stefan Krah" <report@bugs.python.org> wrote:
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> Stefan Krah added the comment:
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> Daniel Shahaf <report@bugs.python.org> wrote:
> > Is there a requirement that it loads a particular module?  Would etree
> > users notice the difference if pickle.load() returns an instance of the
> > "other" Element implementation than the one they pickled?
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> Yes: If you send an "_elementtree.Element" pickle to another machine that
> doesn't have a working C version, it can't be unpickled. As far as I know
> the only way around that is to pickle as "xml.etree.ElementTree.Element".
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Yes this is a good point. Another thing to consider is that if both report
the same name then it will be possible to unpickle on a machine running 3.2

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