On 1 Apr 2005, at 21:33, Jean-François Brouillet wrote:
It is also to be pointed out that the simplest form of garbage
collection, reference counting, which is at the heart of Cocoa,
only got a bad rep because people tend to confuse use-of and
references-to, and hence create the dreaded "uncollectable islands".
This doesn't have to be that way, and, if my memory serves me well,
David Stess's Portable Objective C (POC) uses reference counting
*automatically, at the language level, under the hood* and doesn't
Your memory does not serve you well.
Marcel Weiher Metaobject Software Technologies
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