[pypy-issue] Issue #3048: tracemalloc (pypy/pypy)
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Mon Jul 29 14:24:52 EDT 2019
New issue 3048: tracemalloc
pypy doesn't implement the tracemalloc module because it’s closely tied to CPython internals. However, quoting from [What’s New In Python 3.6](https://docs.python.org/3/whatsnew/3.6.html#warnings):
> When a `ResourceWarning` warning is logged, the `tracemalloc` module is now used to try to retrieve the traceback where the destroyed object was allocated.
which is a useful thing to do on any implementation and rather similar to what `pypy2 -X track-resources` does. So:
* is there a sensible way to create a `_tracemalloc` that would make this work like on CPython?
* or should we just enable `-X track-resources` on pypy3?
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