GNOME Bugzilla – Bug 735013
Memory leaks in GI regress and marshalling tests property setters
Last modified: 2018-02-08 12:29:08 UTC
There are a handful of leaks due to properties not being free'd prior to setting new values or not being cleanup up in destruction. Patch will follow.
Created attachment 283822 [details] [review]
tests: Fix memory leaks in regress and marshalling tests property setters
Make sure to free memory stored in fields before setting them to new values.
Cleanup hash_table, list, and string in regress->dispose().
Add marshalling tests PropertiesObject dispose which frees up boxed, glist,
varian, and object fields.
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Created attachment 342435 [details] [review]
regress: Use g_list_free_full and g_list_copy_deep
Cleanup which replaces manual loop implementation with API calls
when setting the linked list property.
Created attachment 342436 [details] [review]
regress: Don't leak in property setter and destructor
Clear the string property of RegressTestObj prior to setting within
the property setter.
Make sure the linked list, hash table, and string properties are cleared
This fixes trivial memory leaks found with the PyGObject test suite.
Created attachment 342437 [details] [review]
gimarshallingtests: Don't leak properties in destruction
Clear strv, boxed_struct, variant, boxed_glist, and object properties
during destruction. This fixes trivial memory leaks found in the PyGObject
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