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Memory Leak

Memory Leak

Postby MrTissues » Thu May 12, 2011 11:48 pm

I think I may have found a memory leak in GeekTool. Each time I wake my computer from sleep the memory seems to grow. I can recreate this problem by constantly enabling and disabling a certain group of scripts (forcing them to refresh). Each time there is a refresh, the amount of memory GeekTool uses grows, and is never freed up.

Because of this, overtime GeekTool can use tons of memory.
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