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Re: Build 3008

Postby nolanguage on Wed Jan 30, 2013 4:19 pm

Having a bit of an issue here with indexing.

ST3 has spawned about 20 processes to index, consuming every cpu cycle. Indexing seems stuck at 30%.

I believe this was triggered by a large number of file changes when I performed an npm update on a project.

Two questions then:

- Is there a way to make indexing smarter, or at least set a limit to the number of processes ST3 can spawn?
- Can there please be an option to disable indexing on a project-by-project basis?

A related note -- might be caused by the same problem. When I quit ST3, I cannot restart it. When I look in Activity Monitor (OSX) I see a process is still running. Once I force quit, I am able to launch ST3 again, but it consistently leaves this process behind when quitting normally.
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Re: Build 3008

Postby Arjan on Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:05 pm

nolanguage wrote:Having a bit of an issue here with indexing.

ST3 has spawned about 20 processes to index, consuming every cpu cycle. Indexing seems stuck at 30%.


Perhaps OS specific? I have important extremely large projects in Windows, and, amazingly, I see no slowdown and indexing is superfast.
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Re: Build 3008

Postby weslly on Wed Jan 30, 2013 6:51 pm

BUG: Deleting files doesn't work on OSX and it crashes the plugin host.
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Re: Build 3008

Postby danro on Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:17 pm

Now that the default packages are hidden away in a closed format, we are unable to remove snippets for default languages. This is awkward, and the default snippets conflict with user-defined snippets.

This closed package system is bound to be frustrating, why not open them up so everyone can fork / contribute to packages on github?
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Re: Build 3008

Postby SilverRubicon on Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:49 pm

How does one disable Vintage mode in build 3008? Seems to be enabled by default in the OSX build. Added Vintage to my ignored packages to no effect. I despise vi and have no desire to have it enabled in S3.

Seems that deleting the folder '~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3' did away with Vintage. It was a mostly empty folder so that's odd.
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Re: Build 3008

Postby Nilium on Wed Jan 30, 2013 9:00 pm

danro wrote:Now that the default packages are hidden away in a closed format, we are unable to remove snippets for default languages. This is awkward, and the default snippets conflict with user-defined snippets.

This closed package system is bound to be frustrating, why not open them up so everyone can fork / contribute to packages on github?


It's not a closed format. It's a zip file.
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Re: Build 3008

Postby madis on Wed Jan 30, 2013 9:38 pm

Small visual quirk I found.
There's a strange, about pixel size brighter spot in bottom right corner of the editor window. Attached an image showing that.
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Re: Build 3008

Postby danro on Wed Jan 30, 2013 9:46 pm

Nilium wrote:
danro wrote:Now that the default packages are hidden away in a closed format, we are unable to remove snippets for default languages. This is awkward, and the default snippets conflict with user-defined snippets.

This closed package system is bound to be frustrating, why not open them up so everyone can fork / contribute to packages on github?


It's not a closed format. It's a zip file.


Right, but even with it as a zip file, how are we supposed to contribute / raise issues on packages? This is just going to lead to unofficial forks all over the place.
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Re: Build 3008

Postby eknkc on Wed Jan 30, 2013 11:24 pm

weslly wrote:BUG: Deleting files doesn't work on OSX and it crashes the plugin host.


Same here. "Reveal in Finder" also does not work.
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Re: Build 3008

Postby akautm on Thu Jan 31, 2013 12:51 pm

Hi jon

help() command does not work on the console.
Please check.

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>>> help()
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<string>", line 1, in <module>
NameError: name 'help' is not defined


startup, version: 3008 windows x64 channel: stable
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