[Pixman] How pixman_implementation_t is getting free
kb.pachauri at gmail.com
Tue Nov 2 04:19:21 PDT 2010
Actually what i mean for freeing memory is .. freeing the opencl context,
releasing command queue, all opencl kernels etc...
sorry for not too clear in my words..
I dont think this will be freed until i free the context..
2010/11/2 Andrea Canciani <ranma42 at gmail.com>
> 2010/11/2 kb pachauri <kb.pachauri at gmail.com>:
> > Thanks. Thats what i am also thinking..
> > If i want to free some of the memory, which i am allocating as part
> > pixman_implementation_t for opencl intialization stuff (context, command
> > queue, kernel etc) where i can do that.
> Why/when do you want to free them?
> Isn't your data automatically deallocated upon program termination?
> (Malloced data and open sockets/descriptors are automatically reclaimed)
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