From: Walt Shekrota (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Oct 13 2003 - 21:44:53 EDT
On Monday 13 October 2003 07:26 pm, Jonathan wrote:
> Abiword 2.0
> FreeBSD 4.8
> compiled from ports
> I tried to load a 1.5 MB text file with Abiword 2.0 and it consummed
> almost all my swap space ( used 255 Mb in one case). Here is the relevant
> section from top:
> last pid: 19934; load averages: 2.09, 1.96, 1.88 up 0+03:31:10
> 74 processes: 5 running, 69 sleeping
> CPU states: 93.3% user, 0.0% nice, 6.7% system, 0.0% interrupt, 0.0%
> idle Mem: 96M Active, 14M Inact, 37M Wired, 5888K Cache, 25M Buf, 636K Free
> Swap: 304M Total, 94M Used, 210M Free, 30% Inuse, 64K In, 228K Out
> PID USERNAME PRI NICE SIZE RES STATE TIME WCPU CPU COMMAND
> 14608 fbsd 52 0 108M 61364K RUN 2:38 47.27% 47.27%
> AbiWord-2 ________________________
> The size is 108MB. I tested this in Kde 3.1.4 and in GNOME-2.4.1. It
> happens in both cases. Could one of the Abiword users be so kind and see if
> this happens in Linux also?
> To reproduce:
> 1) Go to http://www.gnu.org/manual/manual.html and download the emacs-21.2
> 2) After unzipping it, load it into Abiword 2.0 from either the xterm or
> from File->Open.
> 3) After a few minutes Abiword will have not loaded the document. I also
> notice that it will do it if I just copy and paste the EMACS tutorial from
> a text editor to Abiword.
> Kind regards,
Hmm I get similar from that file loading but I experimented with some random
text files of size
and they both loaded. Can repetition in characters affect this or are my tests
valid and conclusion this is unique to emacs txt file for some reason?
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