Aha! This would certainly explain why pRSSr mysteriously often "goes away" when I perform an update. WM has run out of memory and automatically closed it.
David, I have some RSS channels which set up with caching of on-line news content (approx.20). Memory stats: - before launching of pRSSr: 16,39 Mb of Program memory is used - pRSSr is started: 17,35 Mb is used
then I'm starting of update of the channels..
- after updating: 30,32 Mb is used - after pRSSr is closed: 27,16 Mb is used
So, as you can see before the start of pRSSr there were 16, 39Mb and after closing of pRSS there are 27,16 Mb. Around of 11Mb are leaked.
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