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Author loewis
Recipients Jim.Jewett, docs@python, loewis, vstinner
Date 2011-12-16.05:41:30
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> Why is the utf-8 representation not cached when it is generated for
> ParseTuple et alia?

It is.

> When a string is created from a wchar_t array, who is responsible for
> releasing the original wchar_t array?

The caller.

> As I read it now, Python
> doesn't release the buffer, and the caller can't because maybe Python
> just pointed to it as memory shared with the canonical
> representation.

But Python won't; it will always make a copy for itself.
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2011-12-16 05:41:31loewissetrecipients: + loewis, vstinner, docs@python, Jim.Jewett
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