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Philip Chalmers on August 07, 2002 at 17:14:01:

Worth reading

Too short

Not technical enough

This is OK provided the object is not part of a hierarchy with both parent and child pointers. If it is part of such a hierarchy, you get a recursive lop and the browser runs out of stack space.

So I do't think there is a general solution to this problem. At the very minimum you have to know which properties are parent pointers and avoid making them new cloneObjects. But that may also fail if you delete the try to restore a whole sub-tree of a hierarchy, because some of the saved parent pointers will now point to nothing.

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