zherczeg at inf.u-szeged.hu
Thu Sep 11 13:23:48 PDT 2008
> On Sep 11, 2008, at 10:57 AM, Josh Chia (л����) wrote:
>> Is it possible for a "false positive" on the stack to prevent an
>> object from being collected even after calling collect() multiple
> Sure. That's always theoretically possible with conservative garbage
> collection. But in practice this is unlikely and it is almost
> certainly not a practical problem.
> In my experience so far, when diagnosing a problem where an object was
> not collected, it has always been due to another cause.
program to prevent freeing unused objects. It seems the non-pointer
integer constants stored in the Register array are too small to accomplish
programs, which causes memory overflow only in WebKit based browsers.
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