[PD-dev] signal nan values

zmoelnig at iem.at zmoelnig at iem.at
Fri Apr 15 12:49:30 CEST 2011

Quoting "Andrew Hassall" <a.r.hassall at gmail.com>:

>>> I'm not currently using multiple instances, but is there any easy way
>>> of testing if I'm using memory not allocated to the external? I've
>> $ valgrind pd
> Is there a specific version of valgrind for pd?


> or do I have to run
> valgrind with a specific command? (I couldn't find any information of
> valgrind with pd from searching)


simply run
$ valgrind pd -my -pd -flags
and have a look what it tells.

note: Pd itself allocates a number of memory which it never frees  
(most prominently, the symbol hashtable, but also the list of  
classes); valgrind considers them as memleaks, but normally you can  
safely ignore these warnings as false positives.


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