I don't know what "codes" you've already written, but I'd seriously
look at using GC. It will save polluting your code with a whole lot of
fragile retain/release bookkeeping code and allow you to write your
application instead. Do you need to run pre-Obj-C 2.0 or Leopard?
On 31/10/2008, at 1:33 PM, Adriano Brandão wrote:
I've been studying how to manage the memory using the counting
reference model. The correct way for doing this (I think) is to
implement its techniques while writing each part of the code. But,
if I want to implement them in the codes I've already written,
what's the best way to go? Is there any graphical representation of
what owns what? Or some place in the debug console where I can view
the retain values for each of my objects?
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