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Hi,
I need to keep a object alive even if its reference count if zero.
Is there any way to increment its reference count using Python code, not
Py_INCREF or there is any way to avoid deletion of the object?

Thanks, in advance

Pablo Yabo
Jul 18 '05 #1
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