[Self-interest] Self + Kids + iPad

Baltasar GarcĂ­a Perez-Schofield baltasarq at gmail.com
Wed Nov 18 13:10:06 UTC 2020


> What do you mean by a true persistent system?

An orthogonal persistence system determines the orthogonal roots of
persistence, calculates their persistent closure (the set of objects
needed for the former to make sense), and stores and retrieves them
on/from disk in a transparent way.

A memory snapshot more or less does the trick, but, as happens in the
case of Self, involves a much bigger memory size to deal with. It also
makes it more difficult to share a set of objects (data), with other
people, which I guess that is the transporter is for.

-- Baltasar

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