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From Christophe Jolif <cjo...@ilog.fr>
Subject Re: Multiplication of Event Handlers (May be related to JSVGCanvas -java.lang.OutOfMemoryError)
Date Wed, 05 Sep 2001 10:57:35 GMT
Hello David,

Thanks for your example. I reproduced your problem, and I'm now
investigating. I will come back to you when I will have more information
to give you.

David Kane wrote:

> We are also working on extending the JSVG canvas to give us some basic
> animation capabilities.  We are triggering the update from a Javascript
> event.  What is weird is that each time we reload the DOM, we seem to
> double our Javascript event handlers.  The attached code illustrates the
> problem.  The code will open the enclosed SVG document.  Everytime you
> click the blue rectangle, it will write out a message to System.out and
> then reloads the document.  The first time you click the rectangle, you
> get one message.  The second time, two messages, the third time 4
> messages, etc.
> I wonder if this is related to Chris Kelly's note.  Our context is a
> little different (we are triggering events from the SVG document itself,
> and Chris is triggering events from an external button), but I wonder if a
> proliferation of event handling objects (or something related) is the
> source of the object leak?
> I'm using Java 1.3.1, and I get the same results from both Batik 1.0 and
> Batik 1.1RC1.
> Any suggestions?


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