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>Chris.Bitmead@misys.com.au writes: > >> I don't think it's too slow if you just want to do unit testing of a number >> of >> new functions, satisfy yourself, and then switch it off again. > >Why don't you try it? Add an unconditional call to gc to SCM_NEWCELL, compile, and >fire it up. Ideally, you would turn it on in your scheme test harnass just prior to calling the C functions you want to call, to avoid the startup overhead. The overhead would be the time taken to do a full gc multiplied by the number of objects allocated by the C function being tested in your test harnass.