MFDocumentManager:cocoaAnnotationsForPage possible memory Leak

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ades.chacal

27 Jan, 2015 02:24 PM

When I'm calling cocoaAnnotationsForPage to get the Dictionary information seems to not release the object after I want to check the next page. This object consumes so much memory and I can't hold more than one page information. The referenceCounter is always 2, I tried using @autoreleasepool and the method emptyCache but there is no result. I'm using ARC.

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Matteo on 28 Jan, 2015 11:50 AM

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    Hello

    I don't see it, at least on an handful of pdfs. If there's a leak, it might depend on the kind of annotation or it is just an older version of the kit being used. What version are you using?

    You can see it in the debugger with this line of code

    NSLog(@"%@", [MFDocumentManager version]);
    
  2. 2 Posted by ades.chacal on 02 Feb, 2015 03:02 PM

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    You are right, my version is too old and using the last version the problem is solved.

    Thanks

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