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passing data types in Kyoto

	    If you wish to create a vector and return it to LISP it
    must be created in the LISP space of your memory. This can be done
    by first calling alloc_object and then for an array calling
    array_allocself. Here is some psuedocode:

How do you ensure that the GC doesn't move the vector around while the
C routine is operating on it?