I was just wondering how JS compiled with GXT is managed in memory by the browser?
I ran some tests in Chromium with ProcessExplorer, creating an object and then deleting all references to it, doing it in a loop, and I got a nice ramp. Aren't objects supposed to be deleted from memory when they're not referenced anymore?
I'm concerned this might lead to memory leaks in large multi-screen applications, but again, this is a mere question, I'm just trying to understand how it works...
It was just a brutal trial creating a widget, never attaching it and destroying the reference.
I am under the impression that objects which are created are never destroyed, but I hadn't time to run a thorough test yet. We plan to use a scripting tool to automate navigation in our application and see how it will react. I'll know better then...
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