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Aspell memleak!?

From: Linas Vepstas
Subject: Aspell memleak!?
Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2023 16:11:44 -0600

Any advice on the following? After a few days of debugging, I've isolated
what appears to be an aspell meleak. The program below leaks 64 bytes per
spelling suggestion, or about a gigabyte in a few minutes. As far as I can
tell, the program is written in exactly the style that the documentation
calls for. Am I missing something?

This is on Debian stable, version 0.60.8-3

#include <malloc.h>
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <aspell.h>

// Compile with
// cc aspell-memleak.c -laspell

int main()
        AspellConfig *config = new_aspell_config();

        aspell_config_replace(config, "lang", "en_US");

        AspellCanHaveError *spell_err = new_aspell_speller(config);
        AspellSpeller *speller = to_aspell_speller(spell_err);

        size_t k=0;
        char* word = "asdf";
        for (int l=0; l<1000000; l++)
                /* Returns 1 is the word is in dict. */
                int found = aspell_speller_check(speller, word, -1);
                // printf("Found the word: %d\n", found);

                const AspellWordList *list = aspell_speller_suggest(speller, 
word, -1);
                AspellStringEnumeration *elem = aspell_word_list_elements(list);
                unsigned int size = aspell_word_list_size(list);

                const char *aword = NULL;
                while ((aword = aspell_string_enumeration_next(elem)) != NULL)
                        // printf("Spell suggesion: %s\n", aword);

                if (0 == l%20000)
                        printf("Loop count= %d spell suggests= %lu\n", l, k);


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