Alex Mayrhofer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> I'm using Gimp (2.2.3) and Perl Gimp to render/paint images
> automatically on my website (with gimp running on a Xvfb display
> without an interface).

Why are you using Xvfb? There's absolutely no reason to do that.

> That works pretty well, but i notice that Gimp's memory footprint
> grows in line with the number of images i did create. Images are
> properly returned, and don't show up in Gimp's image list after
> they're done (and returned from the script).

We have run GIMP in memory profilers to eliminate memory leaks but of
course we might have missed something. Your best bet is to run a
valgrind session with --leak-check=yes --num-callers=12 and show us
the result.

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