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Sat, 26 Nov 2011 14:26:19 +0100
after having stopped linking gnutls, I still seem to run into unfreed
memory according to Activity Monitor on OSX Lion 10.7.2.
After having used 4 erlang-mode buffers and having killed all buffers
for more than an hour and having run M-x garbage-collect there still
seems to be unreclaimable space.
It's been sitting there with 0 buffers in *scratch* at around 54megs
for a couple hours.
It's of course possible some of that has lazily been allocated and won't
be releases, but I'd be happy to confirm that it's not a leak somewhere.
How should we go about analyzing this?
Emacs.app build as follows:
CC='gcc -arch i386' ./configure --with-ns --without-gnutls
make bootstrap install
- Memory again,
Carsten Mattner <=