Rick McGuire wrote:
> Loaded packages are global to the process....they will only be
> unloaded once all active interpreter instances go away.
Hmm. If one uses RexxCreateInterpreter(), which loads a library, but
just keeps a pointer to that instance, without using it for anything
(hence no code gets executed via it), does that qualify such an instance
to be regarded to be "active"? If so, when would a Rexx interpreter
instance turn to "inactive"?


> On Sun, May 10, 2009 at 1:28 PM, Rony G. Flatscher
> <rony.flatsc...@wu-wien.ac.at> wrote:
>> It seems that the package unloader function does not run if there exists
>> an interpreter instance that has not received a Terminate() request.
>> In this use-case a RexxStart() is used to run a Rexx program, but
>> independently, a RexxCreateInstance() instance got created and just
>> hangs around.
>> Is this to be expected or could that be a bug (if so, I would try to
>> create a nutshell example)?
>> ---rony

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