Java glfwSetScrollCallback, do to ‘cbfun’ for Memory Leaks?

I was just curious ... when using glfwSetScrollCallback(window, scrollfun) in java, GLFW 3.2, do I need to release/remove the callback at anytime, as in, glfwSetScrollCallback(window, null)? Will it cause memory leaks or increased usage if I do not?

I just want to make sure that I am using it without causing too much additional strain. I do understand that I can use this to disable getting the callback at certain times, which is nice, and kind of handy to multi game builds, etc.



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