Re: [tablix-list] error: too many modules (glibc detected *** double free or corruption...)

From: Tomaz Solc <tomaz.solcREMOVE@THISsiol.net>
Date: Thu Jan 13 2005 - 19:54:04 CET

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Hi

| which apparently limits the number of loadable modules to 20. Sure
| enough, my homegrown modules have brought the total modules count to
| 21. Increasing MAXGMODULES to 30 solves the problem, so I'm happy
| now. This doesn't seem to be documented, and I thought others would
| want to know about it.

It looks like I've forgot about this one when I was removing hard limits
~ on array sizes a while ago. I've fixed it in the CVS version and the
fix will be included in the 0.1.1 release (which I hope will be ready soon).

| Maybe there's a better fix. I'm not an expert coder, but shouldn't
| it be possible to avoid hard-coding MAXGMODULES? Or would there be
| any problem with just setting MAXGMODULES to something really high,
| like 100?

There is no hard limit now. Only the available memory should limit the
number of modules that can be used.

Best regards and thanks for the bug report
Tomaz Solc
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