I was never able to get Tcl_CreateThreadExitHandler to work for either
the TclThreadCleanup or the JavaCacheCleanup routines.  As a
work-around I decided to call both of these cleanup routines at the
end of the JavaInterpDeleted function.  I've run this setup under
load, and other than leaking memory, I've had no problems.  

I now suspect that the memory leaking is due to a problem with reference
counting.  I'm currently investigating that issue.


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