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Author martin.panter
Recipients josh.r, martin.panter, serhiy.storchaka, squidevil
Date 2016-01-29.23:57:13
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Squidevil: You say if do_mkvalue() fails, the N object is not released. But looking at the code, I think it gets stored in the tuple, and then the tuple is released: <>. So the only leak I can see is if the tuple construction fails.

Serhiy’s patch fixes do_mktuple(), but I think the same problem would affect do_mkdict() and do_mklist() as well.
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