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Author benjamin.peterson
Recipients benjamin.peterson, exarkun, fabioz
Date 2011-04-07.16:41:29
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2011/4/7 Jean-Paul Calderone <>:
> Jean-Paul Calderone <invalid@example.invalid> added the comment:
> Trial lets test cases get garbaged collected.  When we noticed this wasn't happening, we treated it as a bug and fixed it.  No one ever complained about the change.  I don't see any obvious way in which an application would even be able to tell the difference (a user can tell the difference by looking at top).  In what case do you think this change would result in broken application code?

I thought unittest was just handed a bunch of TestCase instances and
couldn't do much about insuring they were garbage collected.
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