Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote:
> Garrett Wollman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > What problems do you have with it?
> Slow. Eats memory. Crashes all the time. Does not save state
> between sessions. Does not render HTML 4 properly. Does not support
> CSS properly. Does not zoom. Does not display PNG properly.
> Incorrectly ignores cache-control headers on images. The list goes
If you use a real network socket instead of the shared memory
extension, it won't eat memory. THis lost memory due to it
instancing regions for which it loses the reference counts;
it's arguably a resource tracking bug in the X server, actually,
since they are associated with windows that go away.
I admit, this is an annoying one...
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