STINNER Victor added the comment:
> As I said, I only get the 1 block leak with a micro test of a class or method.
Yeah, again, the memory block check is fragile. It might be an legit internal
cache filled for good reasons. It can be a free list. It can be a lot of
things. It's really hard to track such very tiny memory allocation. "leaked [1,
1, 1, 1] memory blocks" can be a false alarm, it's not big.
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