GRBfreeenv, is it needed in case of an error when calling GRBloadenv?
So if I got a non zero value when calling GRBloadenv,
Do I need to call GRBfreeenv()? Or is it unnecessary as the memory wasn't allocated.
Also, the same question applies to GRBnewmodel, in case it returns a non-zero value, do I need to call GRBfreemodel?
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