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Open PersistentDictionary using a different value type
I have been using PersistentDictionary in a windows service with a custom, private type for the value. This has worked well, however I wanted to read the PersistentDictionary files with a separate utility for debugging purposes (while the service is off),
however I realized that PersistentDictionary does a validation of the type and will throw if you do not have the exact same .NET type used to create it. Therefore I cannot read these files with any other program than the one that created them (types are internal
or private and the assembly is signed). Would it be possible to add the capability to allow a different but compatible type to be used?