graham at sloth.math.uga.edu
Tue Jun 1 17:27:12 CEST 1999
Paul Prescod (paul at prescod.net) wrote:
: But I think that the bigger problem with "real GC" is that C programs
: often hang on to references to Python objects and any kind of compacting
: GC would invalidate those references.
You have two classes of references, compactable and non-compactable.
That solves that little problem.
This mountain is not visible from any inhabitable place.
It has no name, and since it's discovery in 1856 by a
British survey team, it has mysteriously resisted every
attempt to name it. The mountain is known simply and starkly
by it's original designation on the surveyor's map ... K2.
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