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2263Re: DESTROY in cleanup handler

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  • Bill Moseley
    Apr 29, 2009
      Anyone still around that is familiar with Apache::ASP's internals?

      On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 10:47:42AM -0700, Bill Moseley wrote:
      > Is there a purpose for using a cleanup handler (to call DESTROY) in
      > Apache::ASP instead of cleaning up at the end of the response handler?
      > What looks like happened is that due to circular references DESTROY
      > was not getting called at the end of the request so that a handler was
      > used to explicitly call DESTROY. But, I'm not clear if there were
      > other reasons (e.g. need to keep the Apache::ASP object around after
      > the response was completed). Is there another reason?
      > The Apache::ASP object holds child objects that reference the
      > Apache::ASP parent object. Those could be weakened. Also $Session,
      > $Application, etc. are not localized when running an .asp page so they
      > hold references until the following request when they are set again
      > (via InitPackageGlobals).
      > Thanks,

      Bill Moseley.
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