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Re: memory leaks

From: Madhu
Subject: Re: memory leaks
Date: Sun, 06 Mar 2022 16:29:41 +0530

* Eli Zaretskii <> :
Wrote on Fri, 04 Mar 2022 13:32:36 +0200:
> This was already discussed in that bug, and you said back then that
> when the shell buffer is killed, the memory is freed up.  So how come
> you now say this is still a bug, and what is the difference between
> the case discussed in that bug and what you describe now?

That message was from nov 2020. It is a duplicate

I onky authorized gmane to send my message this week to emacs-help,
looks like I had a bunch of messages posted through gmane over the years
which were not posted by gmane because i was not authorized, which have
now been delivered, but which were kept in hold. I think in most cases i
posted the messages outside of gmane.

sorry for the noise

I've not seen the memory "leaks" recently. Maybe I stopped using the
packages that triggered them

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