email@example.com (Martin Gasbichler) writes:
> Just a short note: The page "s48/scsh debugging tools"
> (http://www.scsh.net/docu/debug.html) contains pointers to two tools
> for detecting space leaks, namely spatial and traverse.
> In your case, invoking (space) from the structure spatial several
> times reveals that there is no space leak in scsh as the memory usage
> remains constant.
Thanks for pointing this out. The root window painter I was initially
worried about has been running for days, painting random backgrounds
every 5 minutes, at home and at work, without any growth beyond ~19MB.
sge:8$ ps auxwww | egrep USER\|scsh | grep -v grep
USER PID %CPU %MEM VSZ RSS TT STAT STARTED TIME COMMAND
sge 14708 0.0 7.6 19756 19856 p3 S+ Sun07PM 0:03.62
/usr/local/bin/scsh -o /usr/local/lib/scsh/scshvm -i
/usr/local/lib/scsh/scsh.image \\ scsh/xmartin-periodic.scm (scshvm)
(Of course I wrapped the long command.)
I'm really enjoying scsh. Keep up the good work.