Leak Monitor Version History
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Update for compatibility with Firefox 4 (and drop compatibility with older versions).
Fix binary compatibility with newer alphas of 1.9.3.
This version fixes a common hang in 0.4.1. It also enumerates the properties of JS objects in a less intrusive way.
It is marked as compatible with all Gecko toolkit applications.
It adds Greek, Dutch, and Catalan localizations.
This version is updated to the trunk. It has a number of other major changes: it walks up the prototype chain to show all relevant properties, it considers all JS roots in the scope rather than just wrapped JS objects, and the storage mechanism is redesigned so that each alert shows the state at the time and continues to do so even if that state changes. This version adds Hungarian and Ukrainian translations.
This version fixes a binary compatibility problem in the Linux binary component.
This version fixes bug 358661 so that the alerts work again in 2.0 and trunk, adds Czech, Japanese, Spanish, and Italian localizations, and notes compatibility with Flock.
French and German localizations added; a little other cleanup.
This version adds x86_64 Linux support and updates the Russian localization.
This version may fix additional false positives. However, more importantly, it will alert (Reclaimed Leak Alert) if any of the memory it previously reported as leaked has been reclaimed. So if you don't see the Reclaimed Leak Alert almost immediately, then it's probably a real problem. (Note that you may see the Reclaimed Leak Alert print to stdout during shutdown; it prints to the console instead of alerting during the quit process. If this happens, then it's definitely a real leak -- and one of the harder types to track down, since it's not actually still present at shutdown.)
This version fixes some alerts that were false positives (were not really leaks).
This version contains some crash fixes and adds the ability to copy the entire leak report to the clipboard. It also contains a Russian localization contributed by stoneflash.
This version also claims Thunderbird compatibility. Again, it has a binary component for Windows-x86, Linux-x86, Mac OS X PPC, and Mac OS X Intel.
This contains a binary component for Windows-x86, Linux-i686, Mac OS X-PPC, and Mac OS X-Intel.