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Subject: Aliased code references counted multiple times?
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When looking into Apache::Status's memory usage of File::Copy, I see these as the largest functions: copy 31563 bytes | 759 OPs cp 31563 bytes | 759 OPs syscopy 31563 bytes | 759 OPs move 12512 bytes | 317 OPs mv 12512 bytes | 317 OPs cp and syscopy are just aliases of File::Copy, and mv is just an alias of move. I think (well, I hope) that Perl does not occupy memory for aliases. If so, then package_size() of B::TerseSize should also not count this memory multiple times. Regards, Slaven


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