Martin Gasbichler <email@example.com> writes:
> Yes, the finalizers are running in their own thread and presumably
> only that thread continued to run in the forked thread. In general,
> you should not do anything "complicated" in a finalizer because there
> is not much protection for the execution of a finalizer. It's often
> much better to write information about the dead objects into a queue
> and process this queue in a separate thread.
I believe the finalizers run off the root scheduler, rather than the
scheduler running the scsh program. This is bound to have strange
interactions with thread narrowing.
Cheers =8-} M.
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