Reliably call code after object no longer exists or is "unreachable"?
greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Thu Apr 28 03:13:47 EDT 2011
Jack Bates wrote:
> Python's __del__ or destructor method works (above) - but only in the
> absence of reference cycles (below). An object, with a __del__ method,
> in a reference cycle, causes all objects in the cycle to be
Store a weak reference to the object somewhere with a
callback. This should work even in the presence of
cycles, as long as the weak reference itself isn't
part of the cycle.
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