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Author pitrou
Recipients amaury.forgeotdarc, loewis, pitrou, rhettinger, serhiy.storchaka
Date 2013-09-19.18:45:56
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> Optionally we can also not count objects which are referenced from
> outside of a graph of objects (this isn't so easy implement in
> Python). I.e. gettotalsizeof([1, 'abc', math.sqrt(22)], inner=True)
> will count only bare list and a square of 22, because 1 and 'abc' are
> interned.

That's only part of the equation. What if I have an object which
references, for example, a logging.Logger? Loggers are actually eternal
(they live in a global dictionary somewhere in the logging module), but
gettotalsizeof() will still count it.
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