On Wednesday 10 January 2007 03:42, Andreas L Delmelle wrote: > On Jan 9, 2007, at 18:46, Andreas L Delmelle wrote: > > On Jan 9, 2007, at 14:11, Manuel Mall wrote: <snip/> > White-space nodes? Could also be an effect of the white-space > collapsing. Long shot, but theoretically, 'white-space-handling' in > FOText means 'replace FOText.ca with a copy minus a few characters', > if the originals weren't GC'ed at the time of the snapshot... > I assumed the snapshot shows only reachable objects, i.e. objects not eligible for garbage collection. Otherwise it could be seriously misleading. > > A possible next > > step would be to reuse identical property lists. Especially in > > documents with lots of identically formatted table cells this would > > further reduce the memory footprint. > > Property lists themselves are no longer alive in the snapshot, it > seems. I don't suppose they are that much of a problem. They are > meant to be in scope for only a very brief interval (best case: from > PropertyListMaker.make() until FObj.bind()) Hmm, what are the 80K+ ArrayLists and their backing Object then?
<snip/> > > Cheers, > > Andreas Manuel