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--- Comment #6 from Lionello Lunesu <> 2011-11-19 
23:16:05 PST ---
(In reply to comment #5)
> Default initializing object's fields doesn't mean full object construction. I
> do believe that an object should be considered constructed only if its
> constructor has completed successfully. Otherwise, the constructor should 
> clean
> after itself and only deallocator (if any), but not destructor, should be run.
> Currently, deallocator is not run, meaning another bug in the compiler.

for what it's worth: C# still calls the finalizer when the ctor throws.

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