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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0005506||JEDI VCL||00 JVCL Components||public||2011-03-03 10:31||2011-06-07 17:45|
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|Summary||0005506: Memory leaks when building without runtime packages|
|Description||While trying out the latest (v3.40) JVCL in both C++Builder/Delphi 2009 I've noticed when I was making a basic (new) project with one JVCL component on a form, then building "without runtime packages" and running/closing the application something remained in memory, the app wouldn't close properly (and the IDE wouldn't stop).|
I noticed the problem was resolved as soon as I deleted the component or if I would switch to build -with- runtime packages. Debug/Release builds did not make a difference either.
I have then installed the previous release (v3.39) and the problem did not occure anymore, so it seems to be in the latest release.
This might be a local problem, maby something in my installation went wrong, but if not, this may be a critical bug.
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I've noticed a similar issue was reported here:
and resolved in SVN.
However, the current release (3.40) is still available, all who uses the newest version may go through the same debugging effort as I have before discovering it's in the JVCL.
I suggest making a warning on the release notes or such, or totaly disabling the download of 3.40 since this is a major bug.
I believe this does not happen with every component.
A new release is in the works, and people can always update from SVN