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I am writing a c++ code and trying to crop an image. However, it fails at the initialisation after a few iterations.
The function is being called in a library inside a loop and it works fine a few times (twice).
Is there any way of deallocating the memory after operations have been performed on an image ?
My code is below:
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imageMagic.crop(Geometry(699, 150, 198, 625));
is theer anything like image.dealloc or something which frees up the memory every time it has been used ?
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Your code doesn't have a loop.
My understanding is that Magick++ will automatically free memory (by "destructor") for an Image structure when it is no longer a valid reference. So the placement of what is inside or outside the loop is important.