[PD] pd at startup creates 2 canvases, why?

Ivica Ico Bukvic ico at vt.edu
Sun Dec 11 21:22:49 CET 2011

> it does.
> if it does not, file a bug report at your operating system.

I stand corrected. So, the next question is, is it considered "good
coding practice" to explicitly call destructors, or is this one of those
quod libet kinds of things?

> > Otherwise, why would we need
> > destructors in the first place if the os takes care of it all (other
> because destructors are not only called at the end of the application life.
> afaik, the only problem is, if your application locks some "shared"
> system ressource, and cannot free it again (e.g. it writes a lockfile to
> the filesystem, but cannot delete it if the dtor is not called on exit)
> fgamsdr
> IOhannes
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