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It has occurred to me that you could stuff such process-wide strings into the optree as constants by using user-pragmas. I've recently been wondering what possible uses having data storage in the optree would have other than as plain user pragmas. This might be one. You'll also find that since optrees are shared between threads that this part might also be shared. I'm not sure of that though.

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In reply to Re: Reliability of SvREADONLY by diotalevi
in thread Reliability of SvREADONLY by hardburn

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