Hi,

At Wed, 17 Sep 2003 21:23:21 +0900,
Torsten Rueger wrote:
> It is in essence the same as in marshal.c . So there's memory, I check 
> the "type" of it, construct a ruby object accordingly and especially 
> for objects/arrays/hashes do so recursively. I have a place to store a 
> flat list of all objects, so I don't load any twice, but I'd want to 
> keep that in C if possible.

Can't you show concrete code?  Ruby's GC shouldn't collect
objects refered by local variables and registered globals.

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Nobu Nakada