Re: [xml] =?iso-8859-1?q?=BFleak_using_libxml2_for_sax-parsing_html_i?= =?iso-8859-1?q?n_python=3F?=

I put in my first email the example that 'leaks'. I am afraid I am assuming something, but I have not seen any good example.
The source file I took in order to do my implementation was the test ' ' that comes with the distribution.

The only thing that is done in that example about the release of resources  is: 'ctxt = None'.
I have tried to use the following functions:

ctxt.htmlFreeParserCtxt ()

And I get segment violations.

On 1/5/07, John Dennis <jdennis redhat com> wrote:
On Fri, 2007-01-05 at 17:21 +0100, Cesar Ortiz wrote:
> Hi,
> Maybe the top is fooling me, but after 10 minutes of execution (the
> example I attached with an infinite loop) it took half of the machine
> memory (2 Gbs of a 4Gbs Linux Box), and later the process crashed due
> to a 'Memory Error'.
> I am pretty sure libxml2 does not leak, but may be there is something
> wrong with the python bindings, or may be I am forgetting something.

Are you calling freeDoc, freeNode, xpathFreeContext, etc. or are you
blindly assuming the python bindings are doing this for you?
John Dennis < jdennis redhat com >

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