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Steven Taschuk
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      06-27-2003
Quoth David Jeske:
> In debugging Python GC actions, it's really useful to know the amount
> of time Python spends doing the GC cycle (i.e. the pause time). I made
> a quick hack to do this, and I've attached the patch. [...]
> I'd like to see something like this added to gc module.


What you should do, then, is submit it on SourceForge:
<http://sourceforge.net/projects/python/>
(I think you'll have to register to submit a patch.)

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