Coverity RESOURCE_LEAK - CID 13682

Bug #1124680 reported by Product Strategy Coverity Bug Uploader on 2013-02-14
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Autopilot Qt Support
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Bug Description

This bug is exported from the Coverity Integration Manager on Canonical's servers. For information on how this is done please see this website: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CanonicalProductStrategy/Coverity
CID: 13682
Checker: RESOURCE_LEAK
Category: No category available
CWE definition: http://cwe.mitre.org/data/definitions/404.html
File: /tmp/buildd/libautopilot-qt-0.4/lib/qttestability.cpp
Function: qt_testability_init
Code snippet:
 62 << "Autopilot introspection will not be available for this process." << std::endl;
 63 return;
 64 }
 65
CID 13682 - RESOURCE_LEAK
Storage is returned from allocation function "dlopen(char const *, int)".
Assigning: "driver" = storage returned from "dlopen(driver_name.c_str(), 1)".
 66 void* driver = dlopen(driver_name.c_str(), RTLD_LAZY);
 67 if (!driver)
 68 {
 69 std::cerr << "Cannot load library: " << dlerror() << std::endl
 70 << "Autopilot introspection will not be available for this process." << std::endl;
 71 return;

Thomi Richards (thomir) wrote :

dlopen does nothing when called a second time with the same parameters. If we had a notification when the plugin was being unloaded we could unload the driver, but that still wouldn't silence this error.

Not a bug.

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