I'm trying to pass an object with circular references from node.js server to client-side javascript.  Server (node.js):  var object = { circular: object } //.... app.get('/', function(req, res){         res.render('index.jade', {o...
From what I recall of a not too distant past, Javascript interpreters suffered from memory leaking issues when faced with circular references.  Is it still the case in the latest browsers? (e.g. Chrome, FF 3.5 etc)...
I have read an why it's better and how it's implemented. But what i don't really understand is how does it break the circular reference?.  how does it break the reference circle?  $(div1).data('item', div2); $(div2).data('item...
I had the problem, to serialize my Java objects through Google GSON, because of several circular references. All my tries ended up in a StackOverflowException, because GSON is not able to handle those circular references.  As a solution, I found foll...
I'm working with backbone.js building some complex view relationships, and I'm wondering if there are any problems from a javascript performance standpoint of doing something that looks like this:  var viewOne = Backbone.View.extend({...
I'm trying to get this piece of code working. Apparently, there is a circular reference in the code, but I can't find it. Can someone help me out?  var appjson = '{\"APP_DATA_RETRIEVED\" : \"fail\"}'; var appPostReques...
I have this code snippet, which works great somewhere else, but gives me a circular reference error when I move it to a different section.  I can't even find a good reference on what a circular reference is anywhere.  // Create a new array to hol...
Take a look at this part of a Chrome heap snapshot:    It shows the retainers of an object in the heap that, as far as I know and can see, should be garbage, but is not collected despite that.  The "shortest" path to the root is, after all, a...
I have copied the function below from an existing answer by Dmitriy Pichugin. This function can deep clone an object without any circular references- it works.  function deepClone( obj ) {     if( !obj || true == obj ) //this also handles boolean as...
Would the following piece of code create a memory leak.  According to the jQuery documentation use of the data function avoids memory leaks. It would be useful to confirm whether the following is safe.  var MyClass = function(el) {     // Store refer...

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