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I am running into this issue as well. I call destroy on an existing chart and the memory is not being released.
Is there a method by which the configuration of the chart can be updated dynamically? I know there is the bind store method that will update the store used by the chart but I can't figure out how to reassign series and axes and such. I was hoping that reusing an existing chart would cut down on the fairly serious memory consumption but so far no luck.
We reported this issue about 9 months ago or more, and it was acknowledged as a bug with a memory leak in the Chart package. When destroy ) is called on a Chart object, it is not released, not garbage collected, and the memory is not reclaimed. So, destroying a Chart object and then creating a new one, causes a memory leak.
Has this been fixed yet? The last report we had recently is that it was not yet fixed. Is it being worked on?