--- Comment #8 from Emil Velikov <emil.l.veli...@gmail.com> ---
(In reply to Suzuki, Shinji from comment #6)
> (In reply to Emil Velikov from comment #3)
> > Can you attach a simple program which reproduces this ? Ideally one which
> > does not depend on glew, in order to isolate a problem with it.
> Please have a look on the following attachment. In a nutshell, calling
> glGetString(GL_EXTENSIONS) within a core-profile context seems to generate
> the leak.
> ==25470== 46 bytes in 1 blocks are definitely lost in loss record 78 of 189
> ==25470== at 0x4C2DB8F: malloc (in
> ==25470== by 0x8DED4C8: debug_message_store (debug_output.c:226)
> ==25470== by 0x8DED6EC: debug_log_message (debug_output.c:634)
> ==25470== by 0x8DED6EC: log_msg_locked_and_unlock (debug_output.c:868)
> ==25470== by 0x8E0D49C: _mesa_error (errors.c:330)
> ==25470== by 0x8E7FBD3: _mesa_GetString (getstring.c:139)
> ==25470== by 0x401DF8: main (test.cpp:193)
Hmm yes. IIRC this happens because the spec dictates that the stack depth must
be 1 to begin with, at which point we detect that we should 'do_log' in
_mesa_error() which effectively adds the debug message.
Might be worth checking how other implementations behave in such a case (just
do anything illegal) and read through the spec what the exact behaviour should
Just some ideas, I'm busy with something else atm :-\
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