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From: Steffen Mueller
February 25, 2013 06:53
Message ID: 512B0A59.email@example.com
intrpvar.h says this:
PERLVAR(I, sv_count, I32) /* how many SV* are currently allocated */
PERLVAR(I, sv_objcount, I32) /* how many objects are currently allocated */
While that's not a terrible restriction right now (at 20 byte per SV,
this is 40GB of RAM), it's within earshot of realistic to overflow, no?
Should this be unsigned? Should this be UV or IV so that 64bit platforms
can allocate a ludicrous number of SVs?