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    Does it even make to work on the “basic three” (M&S, M&C, SS) outside of hobbyist projects?

    I’d assume that for running professional software none of these three are competitive to more advanced GC implementations.

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      Loads of professional software is written in outrageously slow languages like Ruby and Python. If that’s acceptable, I see no reason why a slow, unsophisticated garbage collector should pose a problem. Of course it’s nice if the GC is better, but plenty of serious, non-hobbyist projects were built on Ruby before it even had a generational GC.