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Id: 120296
Status: open
Priority: 0/
Queue: XML-Tidy

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Owner: Pip [...] CPAN.Org
Requestors: jozef [...] kutej.net
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Severity: (no value)
Broken in: 1.16
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Subject: leaking memory on ->tidy()
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Hi Pip, there seems to be circular reference out there somewhere: perl -MXML::Tidy -MIO::String -lE 'while (1) { XML::Tidy->new(ioref => IO::String->new("<body><div>d</div></body>"))->tidy() }' will result in process that keeps on allocating more and more memory. XML::Tidy 1.16 XML::XPath 1.40 Best regards Jozef
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Hello Jozef, Thank you very much for the bug report. I was just able to look into this and it appears the problem stems from every XML::XPath->findnodes() call that my Tidy module uses. Running the similar: perl -MXML::XPath -MIO::String -lE 'while (1) { XML::XPath->new(ioref => IO::String->new("<body><div>d</div></body>"))->findnodes("/") }' ... seems to demonstrate the leaking behavior is coming from Tidy's parent class. Hopefully it can be fixed there in XPath. Thanks again! -- -Pip@CPAN.Org


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