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Re: tools to make non-conservative GC feasible.
Harvey J. Stein writes:
> "Perry E. Metzger" <email@example.com> writes:
> > The reason we like "conservative collectors" is because we can be lazy
> > while programming and not worry about what does and doesn't have to be
> > visible to the collector.
> I thought the reason we liked conservative collectors is that they
> work even when interacting with arbitrary C code.
One can usually wrap arbitrary C code if one needs to. The real
problem is properly figuring out what you do and don't need to
make visible to GC, and when to protect such things.
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