Author eric.snow
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Date 2016-12-29.16:51:52
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Three reasons come to mind:

1. threads are identified by small integers
2. long, random-looking IDs are not human-friendly, and subinterpreter IDs will be used like thread IDs are
3. related to what Steve said, temporally unique IDs allow us to be confident about whether or not an interpreter has been destroyed (and how many interpreters there have been)

Since PyInterpreterState is not a PyObject, using weakrefs to address the third point won't work, right?
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