Introducing bundler-leak: A simple way to find known memory leaks in your dependencies
In this blog post I will introduce
bundler-leak – A bundler plugin to find known memory leaks in your dependencies.
bundler-leak works thanks to a couple of community-driven, open source projects. The first one is called ruby-mem-advisory-db: a text-based database
of gems with known memory leak issues. Bundler Leak will compare gems stored in this database against your Gemfile. For example:
Audit a project's Gemfile.lock: $ bundle leak Name: therubyracer Version: 0.12.1 URL: https://github.com/cowboyd/therubyracer/pull/336 Title: Memory leak in WeakValueMap Solution: upgrade to ~> 0.12.3 Unpatched versions found!
Here is a sample project where you can play with bundler leak
The second project is called rubymem.com: A web application that will allow you to submit new leaky gems to the
We want to say thanks to all the contributors who contributed to bundler audit, it was a great inspiration for this plugin! If you want to learn more or contribute to bundler leak check the repository and submit an issue or PR.
Also thanks to https://github.com/ASoftCo/leaky-gems the project that inspired the
ruby-mem-advisory-db and all their contributors