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Author amaury.forgeotdarc
Recipients Rhamphoryncus, amaury.forgeotdarc, jnoller, roudkerk, theller
Date 2008-06-18.22:03:03
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roudkerk wrote:
> Yes, on Windows pickling is needed to pass data to a child process.  In
> other contexts these objects are NOT picklable because you would have to
> worry about garbage collection of the original object before the copy is
> rebuilt by the other process.  On unix pickling will always fail even if
> it "if win32" statement was removed.

I am not sure to understand. Can you elaborate?
How is memory management different between windows and unix?
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2008-06-18 22:03:06amaury.forgeotdarcsetspambayes_score: 0.0585827 -> 0.058582723
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2008-06-18 22:03:05amaury.forgeotdarclinkissue3125 messages
2008-06-18 22:03:04amaury.forgeotdarccreate