It'll be interesting to see if these problems persists in 5.12.0, I
know we closed some memory issues from 5.10.2. Does anyone have any
memory leaks on 5.12.0? - K
> If you have the "display memory in status bar" option activated, does
> this figure increase? Have you tried clicking on this to cause a
> garbage collect? If so, does this improve performance?
> We have done a few passes to try and isolate and eliminate memory
> leaks, but it sounds like there are still some present.
> However it may also be something windows specific - I know I have to
> restart my Eclipse environment on Windows if I have left it idle for
> too long.
> James Dempsey
> PCGen Code SB
> On 26/06/07, Matthew LeBaron <matt.lebaron@...> wrote:
> > For what it's worth, I see the same problem.
> > WinXP SP2
> > PCGen v5.10.2
> > Java v1.6.0_01-b06
> > Matt
> > On 6/25/07, mattdt0 <mattdt0@...> wrote:
> > >
> > > Just a quick question. I tend to leave PCGen up in the
> > > home so I can work on NPC's and such for my games in the few
> > > infrequent bits of spare time I get (I work from home). However,
> > > noticed that after leaving it up and running for 4 or more hours, it
> > > seems to grow in memory size. My record was 84megs (took a week to
> > > get up to that size) and my performance goes in the toilet after a
> > > couple of hours and I have to save, restart. Is this PCGen, or the
> > > Java VM? I've got the latest Sun JAVA VM (Version 5? Not at the
> > > computer now to check). Basically, is this a known problem, am I the
> > > only one that sees this, or what?
> > >
> > > As a note, when I have it up on my Ubuntu or Mint machine, I don't
> > > have this problem, only in Windows.
> > >
> > > MDT