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Old 12-30-2012, 05:57 PM   #281
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Originally Posted by Fanhoso View Post
Hm, but, e.g. -col's default value is 4, but on the -mode def it's 2. Which one is used then?

And why is it that if I use -grid it doesn't leak memory, if, from what I understood, all the default options are still used? Is it because it sets -col 1?

And thanks for the added functionality - look forward to use it
Whoops--the usage list is wrong. The default for -col is 2. I'll fix that in the next release. The memory leak only occurs for -col 2 (or 4) because that forces the call to the function that scans the source pages for multiple columns, which has the leak. The -grid option does not call the column finding function since it brute-force grids the source page instead.

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