xfce-mcs-manage memory leak?

Miro Hodak hodak at nemo.physics.ncsu.edu
Tue May 25 10:48:07 CEST 2004

On Mon, 24 May 2004, Brian J. Tarricone wrote:

> librsvg used to have a memleak, but from what i can tell it's been 
> fixed.  i'm using version 2.7.0 now; i don't recall when i noticed the 
> leaks going away.  also, i believe librsvg can be built with different 
> backends - either libxml2 or libgsf.  i think.  it's possible that that 
> has something to do with it (i doubt either has a memleak of its own, 
> but it could be that librsvg is forgetting to free something when using 
> one of the backends but not the other).  then again, my librsvg-2.so is 
> linked to both libxml2 and libgsf, so perhaps i'm just confused.
> > If you want some svg backgorund images to test if you can reproduce this 
> > proble you can het them here:
> > http://programmer-art.org/files/gentoo/Lila-backgrounds-0.2.tar.bz2
> i'll take a look at it later today, when i go home.
> 	-brian
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Did you have a chance to try it yet?
I upgraded to librsvg 2.6.5 the latest version available on Gentoo, 
but that did not help. Perhaps the fix happend at 2.7?

Has anybody else tried it?


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