Rules governing stack purging
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Tue Oct 31 14:27:44 EST 2006
On Oct 31, 2006, at 11:08 AM, Richard Gaskin wrote:
> The destroyStack property is used to govern whether a stack remains
> in memory when using "go" or "open", but it not honored when a
> property within a stack is accessed.
> By honoring the destroyStack property consistently, accessing
> properties of stacks which have this set to true would cause the
> engine to read the file, obtain the data, dispose of the copy of
> the stack in memory, and return the value requested.
I guess in my mind the current behavior makes sense. I see a read of
a property as something that reads a property, bringing it into
memory if need be to complete the operation. You approach it as the
reading of the property being an open/read/close operation so
destroyStack should come into play. Is that correct?
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