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Karen L. Kalat
Fri, 19 Jun 1998 13:39:19 -0400
I'm working on an application with an octave program that goes through
the following steps.
1) executes system calls to other programs to generate and compile a C
2) executes a system call to "mkoctfile" to create a .oct file
that uses the C code.
3) executes the new function (always with the same name) in Octave. The
function's return values are always assigned to the same variables.
I do this whole process over and over. I use malloc in the C program but
I make sure to deallocate any memory that is allocated. However as I
run the program again and again in Octave the memory usage goes up and up
and I eventually run out of room.
Where is the memory being taken up? Is there something I can do to
Federal Reserve Board
- memory problem,
Karen L. Kalat <=