- Jun 2, 2008Adam Moore wrote:
On Wed, May 28, 2008 at 10:25:58AM -0000, yaundro wrote:
judging from what I can see in the windows process explorer, by looking at the Get.js code, and in IE7's new js-memoryleak toolbar's reported leaks (set up so that it also reports IE6 leaks), it appears that: In IE, the "onreadystatechange" handler that is attached to the <script> and <link> nodes is not removed when the resource is done loading; which can lead to memory leaks. [Note that the "onreadystatechange" handler is removed when an "autopurge" occurs, but those happen every 20 node insertion.] Should I file a bug in the tracker?
Yes, the tracker is the right place for this. Please file a report, and I'll look into it.
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