In case people don't read perl.com
very regularly, you might be interested in my new article up there about Using Proxy Objects to build Garbage Collected Circular References
. The article should be useful for anyone who doesn't know much about how perl manages memory, or has never heard of the Proxy design pattern before.
Since perl.com have no forum on thier site, it'd be nice and useful for me to hear some sort of feedback regarding the article, particularly from the readers of perlmonks.
~Tue Aug 13 17:39:54 2002 (GMT)
by footpad: Moved to Perl News, per Consideration
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