[webkit-dev] leak

mario bensi mbensi at pleyo.com
Tue Nov 4 13:11:58 PST 2008

yes it's r38104, sorry.

I seen also this in cache :

~Cache(); // Not implemented to make sure nobody accidentally calls delete -- 
WebCore does not delete singletons.

it's also to make shutdown faster ? this can create a big leak, no ?


Le mardi 04 novembre 2008 22:04:39 David Kilzer, vous avez écrit :
> On Tue, 11/4/08, mario bensi <mbensi at pleyo.com> wrote:
> > I seen in Changeset 3810, you force a leak, it's the
> > same thing for the cache
> > and others parts in webCore, I would understand why you
> > want leak some part of
> > code ?
> Do you mean r38104?
> http://trac.webkit.org/changeset/38104
> This change was made to prevent destructors from being called on shutdown,
> both to prevent random crashes (since the order in which the destructors
> are called is non-deterministic) and to make shutdown faster.
> They are "leaks" only in the strictest sense of the term since only one
> instance of them is ever created, and it's held in a static variable.
> Dave

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