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      Latest reply on Oct 19, 2016 12:51 PM by kem
      codiform Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

        In some cases, the "Debug Memory Graph" feature in Xcode shows problems that have no references -- just a single NSURL or CFString. I can see the allocation backtrace, but I'm not sure what Xcode is trying to tell me about that object -- why is it a problem? Doesn't seem to be a cycle. Is it leaked in some other way? There's no text explaining why that object appears.




        • Re: What does it mean when the memory debugger shows a problem with no references?
          kem Apple Staff Apple Staff (40 points)

          This looks like a bug in the memory graph debugger. It could be that the object has a reference to itself, but that should appear on the graph as a circular arrow. Alternatively, the graph is somehow missing a reference that is keeping the object in memory.


          Please file a report at bugreport.apple.com, and if you can, export the graph (from the file menu in Xcode) and attach it and the Xcode project, along with a description of how you got the app in this state.