I have some unmanaged resources in classes I'm injecting into controllers that I need to dispose once the controller is disposed (otherwise I'll have memory leak). I have looked at IUnityContainer and did not find a Release (or similar) method that allow
me to do that.
After some trial and error (and reading), it seems to me that Unity do not keep track of what is going on about the types it creates. This is way different from Windsor, where I can call Release and the entire object graph will be release. This is actually
one of the points of having a container in the first place (object lifecycle management). I should not need to call Dispose directly the container should be able to do that for me in the proper order/objects.
So, my question is, how can I tell Unity that an object is no longer needed and should be disposed?
If there is no way of doing that, is there a way to change the lifecycle to per web request?