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Sat, 2 Aug 2008 13:20:39 +0000
in my recent attempts to build Emacs-23, I have encountered Seg-faults
continually. These occur when the (prototype) Emacs is byte-compiling
the mass of Emacs lisp files.
However, if I just type 'make', the build continues.
My system is Debian-Sarge GNU/Linux.
My first suspicion was that my swap partition was too small. So I
terminated all competing applications, but that didn't prevent the
So I suspect there is a store leak somewhere. Would somebody please
suggest some appropriate tool(s) for me to look at this with. A graphic
X-Window program continuously displaying allocated/free store is the
sort of thing I'm thinking of.
Alan Mackenzie (Nuremberg, Germany).
- Memory leak?,
Alan Mackenzie <=