Hi, for some reason I am using rpython.rlib.objectmodel.instantiate() when creating `Array` objects, which can have different storage strategies. Is there any benefit in RPython over using an `__init__` method?
smarr: the method it there if you try to instantiate a class but for some reason you don't want to call __init__
squeaky_pl: I can answer some things I suppose
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cfbolz: right, though no other benefits right? I switched the code to using `__init__` instead, and didn't notice any performance difference. Was wondering why I did it, but the code history doesn't say. I might just have copied the style from somewhere else