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Saturday May 8th, 1999

Rick Gessner, Director of Engineering of NGLayout at Netscape, is calling for standardization in Mozilla's memory management techniques. If you are a mozilla developer, please read this, and post any comments to Rick's duplicate post in the layout newsgroup. Click Full Article below to read Rick's report.


#3 Recyclers, Exceptions

by Marko Macek <Marko.Macek@gmx.net>

Monday May 10th, 1999 1:03 AM

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Since mozilla usually is not the only thing running in the system it is important to use recyclers only when they really have huge benefits .

In other cases it would be best to return as much memory as possible back to the system.

Re: exceptions:

I'd prefer mozilla not to use exceptions. Code generated by gcc seems much better/smaller when they are not used. Has anyone tried to compile mozilla with -fno-exceptions (and possibly with -fno-rtti)?