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Hi,
I have a question about Python object finalization. I would like to be notified when an Object is deallocated. The problem is I would like to do it in C.
The only way to register a finalizer I found out is to create a weak reference object and give it a callback. But the callback must be a Python function not C. That seems to be too difficult.

Is there any (undocumented) way to do PyObject_Regist erFinalizer(PyO bject *o, C-Callback-Func)?

Thanks a lot.

Best Regards,
Tobbi
Jul 18 '05 #1
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