Alastair Reid <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote,

> I think it's ok for the finalizer function to delete the environment object if 
> it wants isn't it?  
> This isn't always the right thing to do but I think it is in the common case 
> that there is a unique environment object for every finalized object.
> In the other common case that there is a single environment object for a set 
> of objects (e.g., for all objects of the same 'type'), the finalizer might 
> decrement a reference count on the environment object.

That's what I thought, too.

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