6 Jun 2012 2:07 AM #1
I'm experiencing several crashes a day (upto 10 times) using Architect ("Sencha Architect.exe has stopped working"). This happens no matter what the complexity of the project.
Are you aware of any reasons why the app would crash so regularly? Is there anything I can monitor which would assist in troubleshooting the reasons? VS just reports it as an unhandled win32 exception (10608).
Is there any intention to include 'autosave' functionality, as despite saving every 5 minutes, I am losing work which is very frustrating?
Version 2.0.0 Build: 442
7 Jun 2012 2:20 AM #2
Just to add something more to this, Architect has just crashed again: Task Manager shows memory usage at 872MB...
7 Jun 2012 6:20 AM #3
yah, SA has problems with big projects :
the last related post about fixing memory issues I saw in:
I think they are close to release an update that fixes this memory problems.
8 Jun 2012 12:22 AM #4
Ah, thanks for that, I missed those posts. I think my thread should really have been in that section
8 Jun 2012 6:39 AM #5
Just curious to an ETA for this update, My project opens up at 942,375 and every single click I am worried about Crashing. My project closes on me over 20 times per day, This is getting unusable as my project just gets bigger and bigger.
thanks for all the work!
11 Jun 2012 11:26 PM #6
I feel your pain. I am now seriously behind on a project because of this issue. I've developed a nervous disorder because not only does it crash every 5 minutes, but it also corrupts the metadata on occasion too. I am a paid Sencha support developer and there has been no response, no ETA on a fix nothing. Shocking really. I'm not sure what I paid the money for.
12 Jun 2012 12:49 AM #7
It's just crashed again, after updating several models, stores and grids. Really annoyed.
PlasmaTek, I'd be devastated if it corrupted the metadata as well, as there is no way to recreate that (other than from backup).
Sencha, any chance of a response?
12 Jun 2012 12:51 AM #8
Yeah, it's a nightmare - I have to submit my project to SVN before making any changes just in case I need to recover, which I have had to do 3 times so far.