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(ITS#3923) back-perl confused about init/destroy
Full_Name: Hallvard B Furuseth
Submission from: (NULL) (220.127.116.11)
Submitted by: hallvard
back-perl initializes the global perl_interpreter_mutex
in perl_back_open(), but destroys it in perl_back_destroy()
So it can be destroyed without ever being initialized.
On the other hand, it allocates and constructs PERL_INTERPRETER
in perl_back_initialize(), but destructs it in perl_back_close()
and frees it in perl_back_destroy().
I expect the interpreter should only be allocated and constructed
if the backend is actually used, and destroyed accordingly, but
I don't know which backend functions are called when.
(Man perlapi and man perlembed describes usage of these functions.)