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- Subject: Re: Resurrecting Objects
- From: Carsten Fuchs <carsten.fuchs@...>
- Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2013 20:23:55 +0100
Am 2013-11-12 20:09, schrieb Marc Lepage:
Still, reading through that thread, it *seems* to me like I should be OK, but it's not
*obvious* to me that it's OK.
I'm not entirely sure if I understood your problem, because, as someone else in this
thread already mentioned, weak table entries either are collected (and removed from the
weak table) or they are not (and still there).
When you bind C++ objects to Lua, using smart pointers is a great help, as they remove
concerns regarding the lifetime of the bound object that is possibly used from both C++
and Lua, and possibly done with in one but still used in the other.
As you mention the problem of having only a single Lua instance for a single C++
instance, maybe this thread has some additional info for you?
Dipl.-Inf. Carsten Fuchs
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