|Oct 31, 2009, 05:10 AM||#1|
cocoa bug ? - memory leak in apple example
1 create new application using multi-document template
2 do nothing, just run this new application using leak-checking instrument
3 select save-as option - save panel appears ; expand it to show file icons
4 do nothing, just wait
result : you'll see memory leak
also you'll see memory leak in apple's native example ImageApp
the question: should I ignore such leaks in multi-document application or I did something wrong?
Last edited by Barbus; Oct 31, 2009 at 05:15 AM.
|Nov 1, 2009, 11:38 AM||#3|
Every time I launch my application, and sometimes randomly while navigating through my UITabBar I get leaks from CoreGraphics for open_handle_to_dylib_path. Since I'm not doing anything directly with CoreGraphics, and I'm not leaking any UIobjects (that would use coregraphics) I assume its apple's mistake.
I move on and hope Apple will fix it in the future. But in this case I'm only loosing 128Bytes at a time and it doesn't happen very often.
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