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Author zvyn
Recipients louielu, vstinner, zvyn
Date 2017-06-02.23:00:25
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I tried to pin this leak down and got to the point where I suspect the compile call:

    def check_roundtrip(self, code1, filename="internal"):
        ast1 = compile(code1, filename, "exec", ast.PyCF_ONLY_AST)

the leaks occur with only that line in the function and do not occur without it.

To me it looks like a direct result of some leak somewhere in the tested code?

Garrett: I'm happy for you to take over (please leave a comment if you do)!
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