cygwin memory leaks?

Glen Coakley
Wed Jun 27 13:36:00 GMT 2001

Which could be generalized to: When looking for answers, always look in the
most appropriate place first. Which also should lead one to the newsgroup:

Feel free to send that URL to me, though I will be out of town until Monday.

Glen Coakley, Sr. Software Engineer
MQSoftware Inc., (763) 543-4845
"Tinkero ergo sum." -- Chuck Murcko

> > At 16:34 2001-06-22, you wrote:
> >Hi all
> >
> >I have this really really simple C progam I wrote in the 
> Cygwin environment.
> >Now, I'm no C programmer, I pretty much had to write 
> something, didn't knwo
> >how, so I read some online tutorials on how to get the job done.
> >
> >The program is meant to be run 24/7, or close to it. After 
> about 12 hours it
> >craps out, and I have to restart it. I have this feeling it 
> is a windows and
> >or cygwin  issue, and not my program.
> >
> >Woudl any C experts out there be willing to look at my 
> source code and see
> >if I did anything that would leak memory? Its a very very 
> short program.
> >
> >Brandon
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