August 20, 2013 at 9:03 am #11269
Here is the first problem, brackets do not get always highlighted when caret is positioned on the start bracket, this also happens outside of comments but is rare – happens in specific conditions that i cannot reliably reproduce:
There is also a new problem i never had with emeditor, i have about 80 files opened in 2 windows, mostly php and html files – none of it is big, yet the editor after month of usage now shows memory usage of 2GB, this hasn’t been happening before.
I also went to each file and reloaded it from disk to discard undo info – and the memory usage is still high.
I also then went to close all the files except 5 small ones and the memory remained high, i suspect a memory leak.
So i’ve ran heapmemviewer and here are the results:
data address, header address,block size, heap handle, segment index
I’m testing v13.0.4 32 bit trial version on windows xp.August 20, 2013 at 4:02 pm #11272
I reproduced the issue with the brackets, and will fix it soon. Thank you for reporting!
As for the second issue, so you haven’t closed EmEditor for a month? Have you used macros? How often do you use macros? Do you use any plug-ins? Which plug-ins do you use and how often?
Thanks!August 21, 2013 at 9:19 am #11274
I was always able to keep emeditor open for months without any leaks until now, it never had any problems.
Macros are used often to process files, a few times daily.
As for plugins i tried new grid column edit mode a few times, but nothing else, i don’t use any third party plugins.August 21, 2013 at 3:40 pm #11275
Thanks for information. Where did you find the “grid column edit mode” plug-in? I will need to test that plug-in.
Thanks!August 22, 2013 at 11:51 am #11281
I meant the separate values / sort mode in editor – it’s not any plugin.
macros are ordinary recorded macros via record / playback mode – default toolbar buttons.August 22, 2013 at 4:18 pm #11283
Thanks for information. Do you macros include “Mouse activities and keyboard input to other applications”?August 23, 2013 at 12:07 pm #11286
no, just within emeditor itself.August 23, 2013 at 10:19 pm #11289
Thanks for information. If there was no problem in v12, and the problem exists in v13, it might be because 32-bit version of v13 was compiled with the Visual Studio 2010 compiler while 32-bit of v12 was compiled with the Visual Studio 2008 compiler. (The 64-bit versions of both v12 and 13 are compiled with Visual Studio 2012.) If you could run v12 with the same plug-ins and macros and coulnd’t reproduce the issue, this is probably the cause. I will still try to look into the issue.
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