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#2 magazine_cache_trim at gslice.c:685
#3 magazine_cache_push_magazine at gslice.c:716
#4 thread_memory_magazine2_unload at gslice.c:815
#5 g_slice_free1 at gslice.c:1106
#6 handler_unref_R at gsignal.c:655
#7 handler_match_free1_R at gsignal.c:482
#8 signal_handlers_foreach_matched_R at gsignal.c:2744
#9 g_signal_handlers_disconnect_matched at gsignal.c:2884
#10 gtk_window_finalize at gtkwindow.c:4475
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