As you might have seen from previous questions, I have been doing some work learning how Classes in Clarion work and using references to objects in a Queue. Everything seems to work fine and while I haven’t used CTQueue from @MarkGoldberg I have done basically the same thing to ensure that the hierarchy is DISPOSED when the root is DISPOSED.
Do I need to do anything special or specific in the DESTRUCT procedure of my class to destroy SELF? DISPOSE(object) calls Object.DESTRUCT and in most examples I see that there is no specific destruct code so assume Clarion calls DESTRUCT and then frees them memory.
Is there a way I can see that I am releasing memory and not causing a memory leak? I tried using TaskManager to see how much memory my app was using but when I destroy my hierarchy it does not seem to be releasing the memory. But then maybe Clarion hasn’t freed the memory to the OS at that point?
Is there any function I can call to see how much memory is being consumed or used so I can track for a memory leak?
Thanks in advance folks