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|0000454||OLV||General Features||public||2011-12-01 22:17||2011-12-01 22:17|
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|Summary||0000454: Reduce memory abuse by recycling objects|
|Description||There are a few key areas here:|
Large primitive arrays
Both should be reused and not discarded. It will increase speed and stability and memory usage.
The trouble is that the JVM can't deallocate (free) enough space of the old stuff before the new stuff needs to be made. I previously tried some tricks but nothing hacky worked, so it needs a proper solution. I'll take care of this in future one weekend along with some of my other tasks.
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