Engine Trouble

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sat Oct 9 04:53:04 EDT 2010

Hi Cal,

Your message confused me but after reasing the other answers on this list I understood what's wrong. What you are describing is not memory leakage. It is simply a quit command badly executed. This solves the problem:


You may need to remove the MySQL part from the script.

Best regards,

Mark Schonewille

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On 9 okt 2010, at 05:27, Cal Horner wrote:

> Is it just me or is there a trouble with a generated engine again.
> I can remember a few years (versions) ago that when an engine was created to
> drive a stack  we got memory leakage (check the windows task manager) when
> the app was closed. Simply put the stack closed but the engine stayed in
> memory.
> Has that problem resurrected itself with Elsie forty-five or have I simply left out as line OS script?

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