For pushing new values I can just force allocations.


So that there are no kludges and such, I can have a means where I can say to pop all these values and then just say generate this moving code because things will be destroyed. This way variables which alias other variables do not get destroyed at all. This would mean that the deallocate operation must fail if it is aliased by anything. This should be much safer.


However, I must consider swapping values. For example if an element on the stack is dupped, then if it gets swapped, any entries which alias that entry will have invalid aliases. So I need a special swap operation to be done where it can be checked and such.