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Post is unread #1 Aug 7, 2010, 9:31 am
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in polymorph.c around line 2314 find
            if( !str_cmp( "Name", word ) )
            {
               if( morph->morph )
                  if( str_cmp( morph->morph->name, fread_string( fp ) ) )
                     bug( "Morph Name doesn't match vnum %d.", morph->morph->vnum );
               fMatch = TRUE;
               break;
            }

change it to this
            if( !str_cmp( "Name", word ) )
            {
               if( morph->morph )
                  if( str_cmp( morph->morph->name, fread_flagstring( fp ) ) )
                     bug( "Morph Name doesn't match vnum %d.", morph->morph->vnum );
               fMatch = TRUE;
               break;
            }

Or handle it some other way. More or less every time someone morphed logs in there is a leak when it does the fread_string since it is never freed later.
This was one I ran across recently in LOP and figured I'd check smaug to see if it was in it also.
       
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