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This macro is, and always will be, unsafe. If you pass it a string with internal NULL bytes, e.g. intern("my-\0dangerous-\0string"), then C will not correctly deduce the length of the string, and we'll leak memory. However, for symbols defined at compile time and clearly audited by the project, I don't think this is a problem.
I'm newbe in rust, but can it be checked at compile time inside macro?
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