[issue10068] global objects created in some module are not destroyed when last reference to that module is released
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Tue Oct 12 23:16:42 CEST 2010
Benjamin Peterson <benjamin at python.org> added the comment:
Tricky. I think the only way to do this properly is to call _PyModule_Clear when the dict is destroyed. However, there's no good way to flag a dictionary as a "module" dict. Therefore, I propose we remove the Py_REFCNT == 1 guard in module_dealloc, and simply leave as an open bug that modules will clear their dictionaries on deallocation. Thoughts?
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