Rules governing stack purging

J. Landman Gay jacque at
Tue Oct 31 14:38:51 EST 2006

Richard Gaskin wrote:

> Here's a circumstance in which I don't know what the result would be:
> You have a stack file with mainstack "A" and substack "B", both with 
> their destroyStack set to true.  You open substack "B", which causes the 
> whole stackfile to be read into memory, but do not open stack "A".
> When you close stack "B", does the stackfile remain in memory?

Yes, because destroystack is ignored for substacks. It is impossible to 
remove a substack from RAM until the whole stackfile is removed.

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