Mail Archives: djgpp/2004/10/09/23:15:04
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|Subject: ||Garbage collector?
|From: ||boohiss <boohiss AT cubesource DOT net>
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|Date: ||Sun, 10 Oct 2004 03:05:13 GMT
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I am almost ready to begin beta testing an application that I have been
I'm sure there are lots of bugs to work out, but one aspect that I am most
is garbage collection.
I haven't used much in the way of dynamic memory in my application, but I
have used several
third party libraries, and I'm not entirely comfortable that my
Is there some sort of garbage collection library for DJGPP, that will put
my mind at ease?
Ideally, it would work with little or no modification of the source code.
As I mentioned, I'm
using a few third party libraries that I wouldn't be able to make coding
Matthew D. Groves
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