Joel VanderWerf wrote:
> Rick Nooner wrote:
> 
> 
>>If this has happened to you using malloc, it's probably beyond Ruby's control, unless
>>Ruby replaces the default memory allocation mechanism.
> 
> 
> What about testing with cygwin or mingw32 ruby? I'm guessing those use
> different allocators than win32 ruby.
> 
I would be curious to see if mingw32 has the same problems (remembering 
the big mingw vs msvc debates of yesteryear). As a Windows user this is 
a worrisome thing to me. If it is a "known" problem then is it going to 
be fixed at some point in time?

Robert