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Good morning, my holy reverend

For my following little program I did no use threads

use strict; use warnings; use CProcess; # own class use B; CProcess->PrintProcessInfo("perl.exe");

# Output: Process-ID 12280: Memory 13716 KB (+13716 KB) - Peak 13716 KB - Threads 3 - Handles 115 (perl)

The only packages I use are:

use strict; use warnings; use Carp; use FileHandle; use Sys::Hostname; use Cwd; use Win32::Registry; use IO::Select; require Win32::Console; require Win32::Clipboard; require Win32::PerfLib; require Win32::OLE; require Tk::MainWindow; require 5.000; require Exporter;
perhaps one of them uses threads.

To count refcounts I use

require B; my $anon = []; my $otherref = $anon; my $refcount = B::svref_2object($anon)->REFCNT(); # => 2

which counts the referents of the referenced object (and not only of the variable itself like Devel::Peek)

In reply to Threads / Refcounts by Bauldric
in thread Memory Leak Package by Bauldric

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