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    Memory leak?


    I have a big application which uses both ExtJs2 and ExtJs3. I use Firefox's Nightly builds. The ram increases to 1 GB. Is it because of previous ExtJs bugs or just because of Firefox's Nightly builds? Does ExtJs4.1 prevents me from memory leaks?

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    It could be... it depends on a lot of things. There have been memory leaks in the frameworks but those have been nailed down pretty good (not saying there may not be some) but you also have to watch your application code to not produce memory leaks also.
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