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13:26:38  <bradleymeck>is there any advantage to using v8::Privates on a v8::Context to store references over v8::Persistents (I think it would actually be a net negative?)?
13:31:50  <bradleymeck>afk sec
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16:50:53  <aklein>bradleymeck: Privates need to be attached to a v8::Object, not a v8::Context
16:51:09  <aklein>they should be thought of as just like a named property
16:51:09  <bradleymeck>@aklein context->Global
16:51:14  <aklein>ah
16:51:36  <aklein>well, if they're tied to the lifetime of the context, then it might make sense
16:52:00  <bradleymeck>aklein: easier to debug than random persistents in C++ we have right now
16:52:12  <bradleymeck>down from 7 to 3
16:52:25  <bradleymeck>but its all guesswork now
16:52:26  <aklein>bradleymeck: I can't think of particular downsides actually, the global object already has a ton of properties anyway, right?
16:52:36  <bradleymeck>it has many yea
16:52:52  <aklein>don't you need to store the v8::Private somewhere though?
16:53:07  <aklein>feels like you will eventually need a Persistent handle
16:53:16  <bradleymeck>aklein: depends, I'm using ForAPI for now
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18:31:38  <aklein>bradleymeck: ah, forgot about ForApi(), that does hold onto them for you (internally it uses something very similar to persistent handles)
18:31:50  <aklein>but not identical to persistent handles :)
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