Out of memory exception on setting wallpaper

by Romain Guy » Fri, 13 Mar 2009 00:27:02 GMT


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 getWallpaper() is not leaking. The default Home app is using it and
does not experience out of memory errors because of that.

I am more than willing to fix any existing memory leak in the
framework (and I did several times) or in the default apps (and I did
several times) but developers should really stop assuming that out of
memory errors are always caused by the framework. It is *very* easy
for an application to leak or simply to use too much memory.







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