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Author georg.brandl
Recipients effbot, georg.brandl, vstinner
Date 2008-07-06.19:34:40
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> It can also be used in constructors, to destroy an object that was just
> created if something goes wrong.

It appears that this is not true in debug builds: PyObject_NEW adds the
object to the global linked list of all objects, which PyObject_DEL
obviously doesn't undo.  Therefore, when the object created immediately
before is deallocated (in this case the argument tuple to finditer()), a
fatal error will be caused.
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