> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sam Liddicott [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: Monday, January 29, 2001 05:22
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> Subject: [PHP-DEV] Destruct order/What is reference counted?
> Are resources refence counted, or variables?
> I have a muscat_module method I wrote which is of the form:
> each resource is a C++ object, and I have to stop $old_resource being
> disposed of until $new_resource has also been disposed of.
To be more accurate, when old_resource is disposed of it will dispose of any
remaining underlying new_resource objects, leaving a load of invalid
new_resource's which will then be free'd later - unsuccessfully.
So I either need to preserve the life of the underlying old_resource until
all visible new_resources are finished, or find some way to mark the
remaining new_resources as invalid.
> It seems like there is no destroy order at end-of-page time?
> Whats the best way to enforce it?
> I think I am going to have to wrap all the C++ objects in more C++ to
> implement reference counting- aggh. Surely there is another way?
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