source: runtests.sh

Last change on this file was 7dcef03, checked in by Anders Kaseorg <andersk@mit.edu>, 4 years ago
Use the Glib slice allocator for fixed-size objects The slice allocator, available since GLib 2.10, is more space-efficient than [g_]malloc. Since BarnOwl is obviously at the leading edge of space-efficient technology, this seems like a natural fit. Use it for every fixed-size object except owl_viewwin_search_data (which would need an extra destroy_cbdata function to g_slice_free it). Signed-off-by: Anders Kaseorg <andersk@mit.edu>
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1#!/bin/sh
2export G_SLICE=debug-blocks
3exec env HARNESS_PERL=./tester prove --failures "${srcdir:=$(dirname "$0")}/t/"
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