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Topic: matlab/mex function doesn't free memory
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Re: matlab/mex function doesn't free memory
Posted: Dec 10, 2012 1:49 AM
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"James Tursa" wrote in message <k9t4q4$ien$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> "Xueming " <emilyhexueming@hotmail.com> wrote in message <k9sg64$2c9$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> >
> > James,hank you very much for pointing out my misunderstanding of garbage collection mechanism, and my careless about pointer initialization. I found the memory management issues on Mathwork website, and gonna take a look very carefully.
> > Btw, I tried to put mexMakeArrayPersistent(mxCell_g);
> > following
> > mxSetCell(mxCell1,1,mxString);
> > mxCell_g=mxCell1;
> > but it did work. I was wondering since there is a cell in mxCell1, should I keep it from being destroyed as well?

> What do you mean "... but it did not work"? Can you show your current code and what errors/problems you are currently encountering? As far as mxCell1 being a cell, that makes no difference ... mexMakeArrayPersistent works regardless of the type of variable argument.
> James Tursa

Hi James,
my code was no big difference for the previous on, I just add mexMakeArrayPersistent(mxCell_g); and the code is like below:

return mxCell_g;

The result turned out as the same as without mexMakeArrayPersistent(mxCell1).


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