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Memory View /<>c

Postby dan.leary » Thu Jan 25, 2018 2:42 pm

Snapshot Memory tab

When I look at the class name some of them have /<>c after the name. Does this mean that it is ready for garbage collection? However, when I force a garbage collection and take another snapshot, the class is still there.

Snapshot 1 (object expected)

Snapshot 2 (object expected to be destroyed)

Snapshot 3 (Forced Garbage Collection and object expected to be destroyed)

When I look at the GC Roots -> Instances of 'DisplayedCurveGroupControl/<>c', it shows System.Object [16320] [GC Handle, Pinning]
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Re: Memory View /<>c

Postby Anton Katilin » Thu Jan 25, 2018 4:00 pm

No, class names are not related with GC. This rather seems a special generated class name. Could you please write us at [email protected] and provide a download link of the snapshot file. We'll check what this may be.
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