Thanks for the mamories

Of course. I expect to see a memory increase every time an object is added,
until the GC destroys it.

I was wondering if there are any practical or theoretical limits, or am I
only limited by available system resources?



-----Original Message-----
From: ts []
Sent: 17 July 2002 12:52
Subject: Re: error compiling ruby-libxml

“F” == “Firestone, Mark ← Technical Support”> writes:

How much memory can I burn in ruby? Am I only limited by RAM + Swap on
box I am using. What are the penalities for using much memory?

Imagine that I write :

100000.times do
a =

Do you accept to see the memory increase ?

Guy Decoux

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