> On Aug 11, 2017, at 7:17 AM, Sumit Bhardwaj <bhardw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Apologies for the delay in responding. Gmail put this email in spam and that
> has been happening a lot with Geert's emails. Not sure, what's happening.
> Looking at the list above:
> - Where can I get details for the serious memory leak in SQL back-end and
> what's a large book for that? My book is around 2MB, but it's not in SQL
> back-end. So, I can try to work on that if it's large.
> - For the corrupted data on save, that seems a Windows-specific bug
> <https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=782144>). I am not seeing that on
> Fedora binaries I am building from master.
> - For the clean-up, I am happy to take a look at cleaning up and adding unit
> tests. Let me know which one you would like me to start with. My preference
> would be CSV importer.
I haven't isolated the leak. I noticed it just before I left for vaca when I
tried to start GnuCash master on my 56MB primary book. I did a Valgrind run on
it but that gave up before it got to loading the data because of guile's
garbage collection. I started on a suppression file but didn't finish it in
time to try again.
If you can get a suppression file set up for guile then Valgrind will probably
see the leak on 2M.
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