In our webapp, we are using Ext JS and Ozone Widget Framework (OWF). During some testing, I inspected the window object and was looking through the Ext object. I noticed that there was Ext.global. What is confusing me and what I believe may be causing some memory leaks is the fact that Ext.global constantly re-references the Ext object:
Has anyone else experienced this issue? Is there a way to stop this? I can't imagine this being an issue with Ext JS by itself, but thought it may be the combination of using OWF and Ext JS together?
Just trying to find why our application has memory leaks. They seem to be pretty severe. Looking in the task manager, one load can cause firefox to jump up 50,000 K in memory usage. I am trying to narrow it down to see if it is our code, Ext JS or OWF. At this point, it seems to be leaning toward OWF.
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