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Don't call freelocale on a locale
that was the base of a successful newlocale, as that
results in a double free.
On which system was this? I'm asking because
- In the glibc implementation (freelocale and _nl_remove_locale),
I can see that shared data between locales is protected by usage counts.
- glibc hasn't changed in this area since 2009.
- If freelocale() really is transitive, how would a programmer proceed
if he has dependencies between locale objects
A --> C
B --> C
and he wants to free B but keep A ?
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