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    EXT Designer - Large Project File - Designer Unstable / Crashes


    Hello Sencha,

    I use Ext Designer daily (latest version) and I find that it regularly crashes. This, I believe, is due to the size of my project file (around 1.7mb).

    It wouldn't be so bad, but when crashing (especially during saving), it wipes out the entire project file (bringing it back to 0kb). Fortunately I have hourly backups, but still not desirable... it kinda puts fear in your heart every time you hit the save button

    The product, otherwise, is awesome.

    If something could be done to improve support for large files, that would be great.

    Thanks!

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    Do you want me to move this thread to a designer forum?
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    Sure thing, probably a more appropriate place for it anyway.
    My mistake, sorry!

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    oomta -

    We'd love to see your project. If you would be willing to share it, please send to designer.feedback at sencha.com.

    We would also like to hear more details about how the app crashes. Does a popup display? Is there a specific way that you can always reproduce the crash?
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    @oomta

    Can you view how much memory XDS is using?
    On Winblows, you can pull up the task manager and look under processes.
    On Linux, run ps (consult your man page for the appropriate switches like "-aux"). Or, if you don't want to fiddle with it too much, try the "top" command.

    Also, see my bug report on this topic...
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...ge-memory-leak


    I've seen XDS (aka Designer) get very sluggish or freeze up after about 1GB of memory usage. My home PC has 8GB of RAM with about 6GB open... So, memory isn't really the issue on my hardware. However, if your development platform is, say, a laptop with only 1GB of memory... then you can expect it to crash very quickly.
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    Yes please give us as much data as your able. Welcome to send your project file discreetly to designer.feedback -at- sencha.com
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