On Sun, 16 Oct 2005, Eric Mahurin wrote:

>> still exponential after a threshold...
>
> The other leaking examples were technically quadratic (O(n**2)) were they
> should have been O(n).  The above one is also O(n).  Take on the "s = '42' *
> i and" and you'll see the same memory usage.  I don't see an issue in the
> above example.  It's just that the memory usage was so small for anything
> below n=1024, that it probably didn't have to grow much beyond what ruby had
> allocated to it when it started up.

you are correct : never send email at 1am ;-)

so, no leak from define_method then.


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