matz at netlab.co.jp
Thu Jun 10 05:08:02 EDT 1999
adjih at technologist.com writes:
| Yukihiro Matsumoto <matz at netlab.co.jp> wrote:
|> You don't have to know stack address to implement mark-sweep register,
|> unless you want to make it conservative. The mark-sweep GC can be
|> written in ANSI-C portable.
|But then this can break Python C modules, because references are held
|from the C stack.
In case you abandon ref counting, yes. But with the method like which
described by Guido in <5laeu8zmza.fsf at eric.cnri.reston.va.us>, you
still don't have to peep in C stack, I think.
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