GDI object leak with remote emacs
Wed Feb 11 23:14:00 GMT 2004
On Wed, 11 Feb 2004, Jeremy Tan wrote:
> I don't know if this is related to the problems that people are
> experiencing with local copies of emacs but I'm seeing a GDI object
> leak with remote invocations of emacs that are routed back to my X
> Basically, I run cygwin/XFree86 on my local workstation, and I start
> an emacs on a Unix server that is displayed on my X server here.
> When using emacs, everytime I open a file, I can see that the XWin.exe
> processes gains a few GDI objects, but killing that buffer in emacs
> doesn't free them. Exiting emacs doesn't free them either. Once the
> leak grows enough (around 1500 GDI objects in XWin.exe) I start
> getting repaint problems and I have to kill X and restart it.
> This only started occuring when I updated my cygwin package last
> week. Below is my cygcheck output.
FWIW, the same GDI object accumulation happens in Exceed. This is just a
datapoint, though, and doesn't mean it shouldn't be fixed in XWin, if at
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