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Re^3: RFR: Inside-out classes - a Class::InsideOut primer
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The real answer: Class::InsideOut expects/requires that the unique key for each object be its memory address (to ensure safety for threading and pseudoforks), so it provides the alias id() to Scalar::Util::refaddr.
I don't have a win32 perl available to test this right now, but doesn't a fork() in win32 perl change the refaddr? If so, does anyone know if Class::InsideOut handles that correctly?