Re: Long pause during save and restart.
Patrick Moran <pmoran@...
2012-01-10 05:09:08 GMT
I will try the latest code.
One other thing I should mention is that I use "pure 64 bit packages"
everywhere in the python installation. I'm use Python2.6 and have installed
all packages that are built for the 64 bit architecture based on the
installers at http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/
I've noticed that one of the pythonw.exe processes (I'm assuming the IDE
thread) is pegging 25% of my 4 core processor (Intel Core-I5) with this
installation configuration. I assume that means that one core is running
maxed-out. There is a second python.exe process that seems to disappear and
reappear when I restart the debugger (restart script menu item).
From: Detlev Offenbach [mailto:detlev@...]
Sent: Monday, January 09, 2012 1:07 PM
Cc: Patrick Moran
Subject: Re: [Eric] Long pause during save and restart.
Am Sonntag, 8. Januar 2012, 21:22:18 schrieb Patrick Moran:
> I'm having a strange and annoying problem when using Eric4
> (4.5-snapshot-20110501 (r4007) with PyQt 4.7.4.
> After making a change in the code window there is a consistent 15 to
> 20 second delay before the program responds. This is running in
> Windows7 (64 bit).
> My typical workflow is the following:
> Debug the project (SHIFT-F5) , run the code. When I reach a problem,
> put a breakpoint before that line of code. Hit F4 to restart. When I
> hit the breakpoint I use the "shell" window to experiment with the
> data structures, methods and so forth. I then make the necessary
> changes in the code window then CNTRL-S and F4 to rerun the code. This
> last step takes 15 to 20 seconds and is almost unbearable.
> I've used the same workflow with the same application code on a
> Windows 7 32 bit machine (same version of Eric4 and Qt) and it doesn't
> show this problem. I've tried to change the tooltip delay time and
> various other tunable parameters in the Settings options but nothing makes
> Is there a known problem with Eric4 on Windows7 - 64bit architecture?
I am using it on this platform as well and haven't seen such a behavior.
Could you update to the latest code from the source code repository and
check, if the issue persists? Are you using the same Python interpreter and
PyQt for the 64bit environment as for the 32bit environment?
> Thanks in advance for any hints, tips or suggestions,