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libxml: Memory Management and leaks in Frameworks you consider ’safe’

flickdotnet.de – If you have ever written code in Java or .NET, you will truly learn to appreciate the garbage collection, i.e. objects that are no longer referenced are being freed from memory. Automatically no less. A lot of people do not like it for reasons of their own and I do not want to get into those. What I do want to discuss is that in an environment in which you are responsible to allocate and free memory yourself (like Delphi, C++, Objective-C), you might stumble about issues with frameworks or base classes you use. In my case it was the libxml part of the iPhone OS which allows you to parse XML ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? holger @ 2010-04-20 05:39


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