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Re: Help Diagnosing Memory Leak

by ELISHEVA (Prior)
on Mar 02, 2011 at 19:19 UTC ( #891078=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Help Diagnosing Memory Leak

Maybe the issue is the combination of closures and your version of Perl (5.8.2)? One of the bugs apparently involved creating closures within named subroutines. That and many other closure related memory leaks weren't fixed until 5.8.4, and in some cases perhaps until 5.9.x - See Perl Porters: Do Nested Closures still leak memory?

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[shmem]: but sometimes I have to debug things implemeted by "the other team" and stick their nose into their dirt.
[shmem]: because it affects "my team"
[shmem]: ah well... git is incomplete. There are commands missing:
[shmem]: git stop crap
[shmem]: for instance

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