[webkit-dev] WebKitGtk app memory leaks , please help
xan at gnome.org
Wed Nov 3 13:44:23 PDT 2010
On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 1:20 PM, Fedor Kryukov <ynxx at mail.ru> wrote:
> As I understand this is a WebkitGtk bug only?
> So I can temporarily switch to QT WebKit to avoid leaks?
Possibly, but I don't know, you should ask them.
Also, both bindings are not equally feature-complete (I believe in
general the GTK+ ones have more features), so you'll have to be
careful with that too.
> Xan Lopez-3 wrote:
>> On Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 7:52 AM, Fedor Kryukov <ynxx at mail.ru> wrote:
>>> After calling webkit_web_view_get_dom_document() and similar functions (
>>> webkit_dom... * ) memory is not freed, what am I doing wrong?
>>> I wrote simple application which handle events (
>>> load-started/load-finished/etc ) and make some changes in loaded page DOM
>>> content, so after loading several pages I have a lot of lost memory, no
>>> how to release it.
>>> I tried to use g_object_unref, but it destroys something..
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>> The memory management of the GObject DOM bindings is still a work in
>> progress (unfortunately!). We are trying to figure the best to
>> automatically collect them, but for now you are correct in saying that
>> they are essentially "leaked" until the process is over.
>> See https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=40302 for some discussion
>> on the topic. Our plan is to have this issue resolved before the next
>> stable release in April.
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