[thelist] JS memory leak detection?

aardvark evolt at roselli.org
Sun Oct 23 11:50:25 CDT 2005

On 22 Oct 2005 at 21:31, Jeff Howden wrote:
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> > so, i play with JS a lot, and i have a pretty good feel
> > for writing scripts, but i'm not so good with tracking
> > down memory leaks...
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> When did you come over to the darkside?

after lunch on thursday... i had some bad potatoes...

> Oh, well, if it's feedback on your actual scripting, I've got some of that
> for you.
> Comparing to my own work with accessible suckerfish menus, I actually have
> no feedback.

ok... i appreciate that feedback...

is it possible to speed up the rendering of the menus? right now the 
menus seem to add a couple seconds or more to the page rendering, and 
i'd love to find a way to reduce that...

or better yet, given your JS experience, can you recommend an 
appropriate way to benchmark the script so i can test its rendering 
time on assorted configurations?

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