Author nascheme
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Date 2018-09-16.11:54:57
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I would suggest that sharing of objects between interpreters should be stamped out.  Could we have some #ifdef debug checking that would warn or assert so this doesn't happen?  I know currently we share a lot of objects.  However, in the long term, that does not seem like the correct design.  Instead, each interpreter should have its own objects and any passing or sharing should be tightly controlled.
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