String internment contexts and content reuse

Gavin Wraith gavin at wra1th.plus.com
Fri Sep 18 10:35:57 BST 2009


In message <41f08ee10909172251j7b66399epae173d40b3072df0 at mail.gmail.com>
you wrote:

> > It would be good if we could design a solution that avoids the need for
> > these duplicate CSS contents,

This comment may be entirely impracticable, because it comes from somebody
out of the loop - and from a considerable distance from the action.
Surely, with a project that involves memory management, string internment
and separate contexts, the answer is to use something like the Lua core
library that manages all these things, with scripting as an added bonus,
as a bottom layer. Or are there other factors that preclude it?


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