Hi All, I have been studying the JS execution and noticed that the JSGlobalData is stored in a static variable and never deleted. I traced even the windows port and noticed one more thing, that the JSGlobalData and the Heap class destructor are never called. As it is static I assume that the JSGlobalData is cleaned up automatically on process exit. I realised that this would in turn have an effect if we delete the webview and recreate it again. The JSGlobalData will still point to the old static var.
So now to my question : Is it required to delete JSGlobalData and kill the GC thread if we keep on re-creating the webview again and again without exiting the process? Thanks. --Mayur. -- Symbiangeek,Codekata & Webkitwiki all in one - http://flaminghorns.com
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