Interesting find with cppcheck..
fgouget at free.fr
Tue Aug 4 16:48:57 CDT 2009
On Tue, 4 Aug 2009, Juan Lang wrote:
> > Still wouldn't hurt to fix them.
> Well, Alexandre routinely rejects such "fixes."
It may be worth reconsidering.
Just like if you have hundreds of compilation warnings the useful ones
get lost in the sea, if such these tools report too many valid leaks,
it will be hard to notice the important ones, or the new leaks.
In any case I see no reason not to fix those in the conformance tests.
Yes they may take a few extra milliseconds to run, but they are not
performance critical anyway.
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