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Author pablogsal
Recipients Windson Yang, benjamin.peterson, davin, docs@python, mattip, ned.deily, pablogsal, pitrou, tzickel, vstinner, zach.ware
Date 2018-12-04.10:32:43
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> that there is code in the stdlib that holdes reference between child and parent

Just to clarify: is not that is just code in the stdlib that keeps a reference between child and parent. The examples I have given are the exact same situation that we have here: the iterator object associated with another needs to keep its parent alive to work correctly.
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