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[13:21] <_MylesC> I don't suppose there's a way to reduce finalizers being used in Jython?
[13:24] <_MylesC> 121mb is being used for finalizers when I run a python script
[13:25] <_MylesC> which after researching it states how memory heavy they are
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[23:40] <stewori> _MylesC: Finalizers are only created for objects that implement __del__. Avoid using __del__ should reduce finalizers.
[23:41] <stewori> (or __del_builtin__)
[23:57] <stewori> I guess you wouldn't have asked if your script caused the unexpectedly high finalizer load due to massive use of __del__. So how did you measure the amount of memory accounted for finalizers? Would there be a way to tell of which type the objects are? (IIRC there are not so many base types implementing __del_builtin__, PyFile, BasIO, PyGenerator or so)
[23:58] <stewori> (PyClass doesn't count, because it internally checks again whether __del__ is in the dict)
[23:59] <stewori> (so do derived types)

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