On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 5:55 PM, Jerry Krinock <email@hidden> wrote:
> I'd call that a pretty serious garbage-collection bug in
> NSURLConnection! Unless you'd sent it a -cancel, it ain't garbage.
Unless you keep a strong reference to it, it *is* garbage.
> On 2008 Feb, 25, at 8:18, Doug Penny wrote:
>> To work around this, after creating the
>> NSURLConnection object I just stick it in a NSMutableSet. When the
>> delegate gets the -connectionDidFinishLoading: message I remove the
>> connection object from the set. Works great now.
> Yep, that would work-around it.
It's not a workaround... it looks as if Doug hadn't been using GC,
he'd have been leaking an NSURLConnection.
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