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From "Paul Libbrecht (JIRA)" <commons-...@jakarta.apache.org>
Subject [jira] Commented: (JELLY-85) TagScript doesn't clear its cached tags after run()
Date Fri, 14 Jan 2005 09:06:17 GMT
     [ http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JELLY-85?page=comments#action_57616 ]
     
Paul Libbrecht commented on JELLY-85:
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I have now committed modifications to TagScript and JellyContext to prevent any caching outside
of the JellyContext.
At least disposing of the JellyContext, the script objects, or calling the context.clear()
will clear all references to tags.

Jelly now builds fine.
It would be nice if users that experienced this give a stab at the latest snapshot, preferably
from cvs.

thanks

paul

> TagScript doesn't clear its cached tags after run()
> ---------------------------------------------------
>
>          Key: JELLY-85
>          URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JELLY-85
>      Project: jelly
>         Type: Bug
>   Components: core / taglib.core
>     Versions: 1.0-beta-4
>     Reporter: Scott Howlett
>  Attachments: StaticTagScript_patch.txt, TagScript_patch.txt, includeAndDefineExample.zip
>
> TagScript caches the tags it generates in a ThreadLocal. At the beginning of run() it
checks to see if the context wants to cache tags - if not, it clears the cache and regenerates
it.
> But there is no corresponding check and cache clearing at the end of run(). So if a tag
holds onto some significant resource, that resource will hang around until the thread goes
away or until the tag is run again.
> I am using Jelly Swing extensively, and various tags end up attached to the AWT Event
thread for the lifetime of my application.
> As a quick fix, I have a patch that simply repeats the check-and-clear-cache behavior
at the end of TagScript.run(). I also have a patch that adds this behavior to StaticTagScript,
whose run() never seems to clear cached tags.
> I am probably just unclear, but it seems to me that there is a deeper issue as well -
the context is being asked whether it wants to cache tags, but the result of this question
affects the TagScript, which is really independent of the context. It seems like if context
wants to cache tags, perhaps the ThreadLocal used for their storage ought to belong to the
context somehow.

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