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Possible memory leak during compile time of NSException

From: Joshua Smith
Subject: Possible memory leak during compile time of NSException
Date: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 21:37:55 -0500


I'm really excited to use GNUstep, but I'm having trouble at compile time. The startup script prints "Building NSException..." for a long time only to fail. If I run "free" from another virtual terminal, I can watch as the compiler sucks up hella memory until I get an error message that I've run out of memory.

I am building GNUstep for an iBook G4 running CRUX, which is just standard GNU/Linux. I have plenty of memory (768 megs) and I have a swap partition of the same size.

It might be worth mentioning that I've had the same problem as others with the startup script failing to find an up-to-date make program. I circumvented that problem by setting the GNUMAKE variable to make's path. Was this a bad idea?

Thanks for reading!


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