[thelist] JS memory leak detection?

aardvark evolt at roselli.org
Sun Oct 23 11:52:30 CDT 2005

On 23 Oct 2005 at 13:33, VOLKAN ™Z€EL K wrote:

> again a correction:
> you do have a circular reference (an importance difference :) )
> "this" refers to variance "x" (hence a circular reference).
> I got confused about the usage of the keyword "this". Sorry for the
> misleading post.

it's all good... i appreciate the eyes...

> However, I still suggest to benchmark your code and see if there is a
> memory leak (may be with latest patches of IE the issue has been
> solved for good, I don't know)

the site referenced in my original post (chop the JS path) has a 
problem in IE in that it seems to take 2 or more seconds longer for 
the page to render as a result of the script -- whether it's 
attachEvent or the code within...

can you tell me how snappy the page renders for you in IE vs. FF?

is attachEvent inherently a resource hog?

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