supersede at india.com
Sun Dec 10 06:37:06 UTC 2000
I should mention I found a compatibility quirk between Python 2.0 and
INN while testing the patch I just sent in.
Python 2.0's garbage collection does something weird that can cause
INN to segfault in glibc's malloc(). I'm afraid I don't have time to
track down why this happens, but the problem can be avoided by
building Python --without-cycle-gc . This probably also applies to
1.6, but use of that release is discouraged anyway.
This should probably be documented, but I'm not sure where.
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