Who adds to MemoryHogs and implements #freeSomeSpace? (re Mantis
peace_the_dreamer at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 13 05:21:24 UTC 2006
Who adds to MemoryHogs and implements #freeSomeSpace?
Thanks for the insight.
Can you add this to the Mantis report so it is
I have been looking at the almost 200 unimplemented
calls and trying to suggest appropriate action. Since
I am often delving into areas where I don't know what
I'm doing I expect to get things wrong from time to
Do you know which applications specifically use the
Can you describe how it is supposed to be used?
What might the method #freeSomeSpace look like in
In another thread:
>Georg Gollmann gollmann at zid.tuwien.ac.at
>Thu Oct 12 08:27:25 UTC 2006
>BTW, I just noticed a false positive on the mantis
>> In 7061 (an way previous) the MemoryHogs class var
is always nil or
>> There seems to be no way of registering an object
or a class as a
>> potential Memory Hog. And no class implements
>> is the whole idea.
>Which misses the SystemDictionary>memoryHogs method
and the fact that
>this is a hook for applications, so it is normal that
there are no
>implementors in the base image.
So would it make sense to get rid of the unimplemented
call by making a stub for #freeSomeSpace in say
Yours in service, --Jerome Peace
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