gnorton at novell.com
Fri Apr 22 21:14:58 EDT 2011
MonoMac is identical. The main thread has a pool already setup for you, all async/user threads need one created by you.
On 2011-04-13, at 5:44 AM, evanogainen wrote:
> I've been programming with MonoMac and I noticed a lot of NSAutorelease leaks
> due to there not being an Autorelease Pool in place.
> Over in Xcode/ObjC the main thread has an autorelease pool created
> automatically, but for other threads the programmer has to manually create
> and dispose of one.
> I would have thought that MonoMac would wrap this where required to make it
> more like .NET, tho it would seem that perhaps it isn't doing this.
> Obviously I know I can create a new pool myself just like in ObjC, but I'm
> not actually explicitly creating any threads myself, so I'd have thought
> that I'd not have to create any autorelease pools myself.
> So what is going on with this... how is the NSautorelease pool supposed to
> be used in MonoMac... is there even one created for the main thread, and
> should there be one created by the basic monomac application template for a
> Window app ?
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