Your reference is an interesting and instructive read.
Just shows that writing C code is not that easy in that there are things… even things which are commonly warned about can have aspects that are easily overlooked. So, in this case it’s almost a universally known “feature” that C code is not managed and so things like garbage collection must be the responsibility of every codebase management, never to be overlooked and never to be forgotten. So, everyone seems to have been very careful to make sure that their contribution was always marked for GC as necessary. But, it seems that actually executing the GC was overlooked which would possibly should have been the responsibility of some higher level in the codebase but maybe not assigned or at least reviewed recently.
from the blog description,
All very understandable.
And, as long as the problem is fixed as permanently as possible (not just for this one issue), I don’t see what anyone has to complain about.
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I am not sure that it resolve the problem.
I tried gnome 3.28.2 (with Fedora not openSUSE because in Fedora it appeared faster) and the problem still exist. After 10 h gnome-shell memory was ~ 800 Mb. Even if I close all applications, the memory did not drop at all. For me, the problem is not solved.