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Author pitrou
Recipients Robin.Schreiber, gregory.p.smith, gstein, loewis, pitrou
Date 2012-08-14.19:49:27
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> The last code snipped verifies, that we only dereference the type if
> the dealloc function is not being called from inside the
> subtype_dealloc function. This is necessary because the
> subtype_dealloc function itself contains a decref of the respective
> type object. Without this check, we would then end up decrefing the
> type too many times.

I still don't understand why it is required. You shouldn't have to
decref the type at all. Otherwise, it is a bug somewhere in Python
(typeobject.c perhaps).
Date User Action Args
2012-08-14 19:49:28pitrousetrecipients: + pitrou, loewis, gstein, gregory.p.smith, Robin.Schreiber
2012-08-14 19:49:27pitroulinkissue15653 messages
2012-08-14 19:49:27pitroucreate