[pylucene-dev] building PyLucene in script;
diffs between Python 2.5 and 2.4?
janssen at parc.com
Tue Jun 17 12:04:05 PDT 2008
> I say 'more' because the generated C++ code and JCC take care of memory
> managing the objects returned by Java - CNI does not - and I say 'less'
> because CNI makes true C++ classes out of Java classes - JCC
> only generates C++ wrapper proxies.
One more 'less' point: now that I'm running Sun Java in my Python
server, memory is much harder to manage. The memory management
behavior of GCJ is much nicer than that of Sun Java, which apparently
was originally designed to run on bare hardware, and own all the RAM
itself, and still seems to behave in much the same fashion. I'd like
to have the GCJ GC back again (I believe it's what we used to call at
PARC the Boehm/Weiser/Demers GC)...
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