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Wed Aug 11 20:52:27 CEST 2010
EW <ericwoodworth at gmail.com> writes:
> Well I cared because I thought garbage collection would only happen
> when the script ended - the entire script. Since I plan on running
> this as a service it'll run for months at a time without ending. So I
> thought I was going to have heaps of Queues hanging out in memory,
> unreferenced and unloved. It seemed like bad practice so I wanted to
> get out ahead of it.
Even if GC worked that way it wouldn't matter, if you use just one queue
per type of task. That number should be a small constant so the memory
consumption is small.
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