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Memory Leak Solved: Pizza for everyone!

I am also very interested. 
On Tue, 20 Jul 2004 00:02:02 +0900
Derek Martin <invalid at> wrote:

> On Mon, Jul 19, 2004 at 10:39:49AM -0400, David Kramer wrote:
> > Samuel Donham wrote:
> > >Thanks to everyone that offered tips in finding my memory leak. 
> > >Using an assortment of tools you suggested, I did eventually find
> > >it (long story, best saved for later).
> > 
> > Excellent news, both for us and yourself!  I do hope you tell us
> > about it during the Q&A before the main meeting.
> Yeah, I'm rather curious about what the solution was...  But since I'm
> about as far as I can be from Boston and still be on Planet Earth, I
> won't be able to make the meeting to find out.  I was hoping for a
> summary here...
> And while I didn't participate (since Jerry said everything I would
> have -- and a lot more), and can't be around to collect on the pizza,
> since you asked I like meat on my pizza.  Pepperoni is always nice,
> but I'm a big fan of most varieties of pizza involving chicken.  Any
> other meat will do nicely too.  For that matter, leave off the pizza,
> and I'll just take the meat!  :)  But I like bread, and cheese, and
> veggies too, so as long as you don't put fish, or really strange
> things on your pizza (such as sweet potatoes, or spicy mustard, like
> the Koreans sometimes do), I'm pretty much ok with it.  ^^
> -- 
> Derek D. Martin   GPG Key ID: 0xDFBEAD02
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