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From:Matt Dargavel Date:January 3 2007 1:23am
Subject:Re: using the 'use' query.
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Hi Gary,

       This sounds like the leak Alex and myself looked at a while ago 
(see thread at http://lists.mysql.com/plusplus/5767 ).  Warren 
implemented a patch for it (see thread at 
http://lists.mysql.com/plusplus/6012 ).  I'm not sure it's been released 
yet, but it's available from svn.

          Regards,

                   Matt.


gary clark wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Not sure what is going on but I think I have found the
> memory leak when running on windows using the purify
> tool from IBM.
>
> I see Memory leak when calling the below code.
> new(UINT)
> [f:\rtm\vctools\crt_bld\self_x86\crt\src\xiosbase.514]
>
> std::ios_base::Init(void)[f:\rtm\vctools\crt_bld\self_x86\crt\src\xiobase
>
>
> std::basic_ios<char,char_traits<char>::std>::init(basic_streambuf(char,char_traits<char>::std>::std
> *,bool)
>
>
> Ok this is why the leak occurred. I was using the
> below statement.
>
> mysqlpp::Query query = con.query();
>
> The query is being created every time which inturn
> creates an ostream which results in a leak. The query
> object I now pass as a reference and then reset the
> blighter which avoids the leak since only instantiated
> once.
>
> Thanks,
> Garyc
>
>
>   
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error C2065: 'ulong' : undeclared identifier during buildIan Miller29 Dec
  • Re: error C2065: 'ulong' : undeclared identifier during buildWarren Young29 Dec
    • using the 'use' query.gary clark29 Dec
    • Re: error C2065: 'ulong' : undeclared identifier during buildIan Miller30 Dec
Re: using the 'use' query.gary clark30 Dec
Re: using the 'use' query.gary clark31 Dec
  • Re: using the 'use' query.gary clark2 Jan
    • Re: using the 'use' query.Matt Dargavel3 Jan
      • Re: using the 'use' query.gary clark3 Jan
      • Re: using the 'use' query.gary clark3 Jan
      • Re: using the 'use' query.gary clark3 Jan
        • Re: using the 'use' query.Warren Young3 Jan
          • Re: using the 'use' query.gary clark3 Jan
            • Re: using the 'use' query.Warren Young5 Jan
              • Re: using the 'use' query.gary clark5 Jan
                • Conversion Errorgary clark6 Jan
                  • Re: Conversion ErrorWarren Young6 Jan