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Id: 60680
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Subject: not thread-safe (and other nits)
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Hi Martin, I'm filing this bug report since the module uses the same technique and even more or less the same code as Class::XSAccessor did a long time ago. Since then, C::XSA has evolved a lot and chocolateboy and I have spent quite some effort to optimize it, make it thread-safe, and generally more safe to use. I wonder whether it would be possible and make sense to use C::XSA internally instead of having an (old) fork of the code. C::XSA has become complex enough to make a synchronization difficult to impossible. If the mechanisms that C::XSA provides for installing accessors is too limited or cumbersome for your module to use, let me know and we'll figure out how to improve it. Cheers, Steffen


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