> I'm using protocol buffers in my project (C++), and while I was
> hunting for memory leaks, I discovered that in the generated code,
> static members are being allocated, but there's no way to free them.

yes.

> It's not a major issue, because the leak only occur when you exit the
> application (and the static members are not being free as they
> should), but I would like to know if you are aware of this issue, and
> is there a workaround or any other solution?

it's major issue if PB used in shared library with load/call/unload usage 
pattern :(


-- 
Ivan Kharin


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