1. 15 Mar, 2011 5 commits
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      [trac641] Added destructor to TestResolver to cure memory leaks · e0122c1e
      Stephen Morris authored
      Reverted ZoneEntry to the original version and added the destructor
      to TestResolver to call all the saved callbacks.  This breaks
      internal shared_ptr loops, allowing the NSAS to destoy itself
      gracefully, and avoiding memory leaks.
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      [trac641] Random number generator now throws exceptions on error · f1f8de8a
      Stephen Morris authored
      Previously when compiled without NDEBUG set it did, if a check
      failed it called assert().  The tests checks for this using
      ASSERT_DEATH.  However, ASSERT_DEATH leaks memory and this was
      obscuring the valgrind output.  The changes here cause an exception
      to be thrown (instead of a call to abort()) in the case of an error
      and the unit tests now EXPECT_THROW instead of ASSERT_DEATH.
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      [trac641] Remove callback objects's shared pointers to ZoneEntry · 6a34b543
      Stephen Morris authored
      The ZoneEntry object was creating a callback and keeping a shared
      pointer to it, but the callback was also using a shared pointer to
      link back to the ZoneEntry.  This change removed the shared pointers
      in the callback objects - they now use a "raw" pointer to point back
      to the ZoneEntry.
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      [trac641] Change headers to use C++-style comments · c416ba80
      Stephen Morris authored
      ... to make it easier to comment out sets of tests for debugging.
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      [trac641] First part of tackling memory leaks · ddb07c03
      Stephen Morris authored
      In the NSAS, store a pointer to the resolver as a "raw" pointer,
      not a shared pointer.  The NSAS is part of the resolver, although
      it can call back into the resolver.  If both store a shared pointer
      to each other we can have the case where the reference counts can
      never drop to zero.
  2. 11 Mar, 2011 16 commits
  3. 10 Mar, 2011 11 commits
  4. 09 Mar, 2011 8 commits