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Anonymous
Posted 2006-07-14 1:19 PM (#13282)
Subject: windows swap file keeps growing - crash


hi!

i've been playing around yesterday with revisit. i have one big problem and think it is a bug in revisit. im using cubase sx2 and tried to control battery with revisit. everything is working fine in the beginning. the problem is, that when i play my song the windows swap file is getting bigger and bigger (about 1 mb per second). this continues until the computer starts stuttering at a windows swap file size of 1,8 gb and suddenly everything crashes.

i just have this behaviour when using revisit. my other projects work fine.

greetings
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chrisnash
Posted 2006-07-14 6:36 PM (#13283 - in reply to #13282)
Subject: windows swap file keeps growing - crash



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Yes, this is a memory leak in the pattern processor. I've patched it, and will release a new version as soon as I iron out some bugs in the new XM importer.

Thanks for the feedback!

Chris


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fegi
Posted 2006-07-17 4:05 PM (#13284 - in reply to #13283)
Subject: windows swap file keeps growing - crash



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wow...that was fast! im excited to try out the fixed version this evening

btw...i decided to join the community and give you as much feedback as i can

greetings,

fegi
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