LDB hidden memory leaks
Stefan (metze) Metzmacher
metze at samba.org
Sat Jul 10 06:16:37 MDT 2010
Am 10.07.2010 11:35, schrieb Michael Wood:
> On 10 July 2010 10:16, Stefan (metze) Metzmacher <metze at samba.org> wrote:
>> Hi Kamen,
>>> I think I am done with ldb refactoring for now
>>> (at least, we should get a lot less leaked ldb_msg objects during
>>> I will appreciate if you find some spare time to review my branch at:
>> Regarding the reformating:
>> I'd like to push this patch
>> which explains good and bad comment example.
> Comments should always use the standard C syntax. C++
> -style comments are not currently allowed.
> +style comments are not currently allowed. The lines before
> +a comment should be empty. If the comment directly belongs
> +to the following code, there should be no empty line after
> +the comment. In case the comment contains a summary of
> +mutliple following code blogs.
> Also, the last sentence is not a complete sentence. Did you mean the following?
> "If the comment directly belongs to the following code, there should
> be no empty line after
> the comment, except if the comment contains a summary of multiple
> following code blocks."
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