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Date 2013-06-20.08:45:05
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>> I plan to test the Low Fragmentation Allocator, at least on Windows 7.
> I don't think it can be any better than raw mmap() / VirtualAlloc()...

I mean using the Low Fragmentation Allocator for PyObject_Malloc()
instead of pymalloc.

Martin wrote (msg148605):
"As an alternative approach, Python could consider completely dropping
obmalloc on Windows, and using a Windows Low Fragementation Heap (LFH)
instead, with HEAP_NO_SERIALIZE (as the heap would be protected by the
GIL)."
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