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Author jcea
Recipients chemacortes, jcea, mark.dickinson, pitrou, rhettinger
Date 2009-02-06.22:09:16
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The issue is trivially reproductible in any 32 bits platform, simply
allocating objects until you go up the 2GB mark.

Since __hash__() wants to take advantage of every bit in a 32 bit
platform, and we don't have unsigned integers in python, I vote for
"invalid" too.

There is no promise of "id(obj)==hash(obj)": you can overload
"__hash__()" anytime, and that is already done for strings, integers,
tuples, etc.

The speed advantage is interesting, though.
Date User Action Args
2009-02-06 22:09:33jceasetrecipients: + jcea, rhettinger, chemacortes, mark.dickinson, pitrou
2009-02-06 22:09:22jceasetmessageid: <>
2009-02-06 22:09:20jcealinkissue5169 messages
2009-02-06 22:09:17jceacreate