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#89436 - 2002-11-15 08:29 PM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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Jooel, so is there a suspected bug in forms ?

Are you on MSN ... maybe we should/could setup a chat 2nite ?

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#89437 - 2002-11-15 08:35 PM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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maybe.
I'm currently trying to make the memory leak happen with just kix and 10 000 000 looped calls to function... no go, the memory does not get grown.
when I left from work, every time slider ran the consumption was just the same as the slider add size so it does not release.

I think, as I have dimmed the vars, kixtart releases the mem but you don't have "quit" workaround there so the memory stays reserved even though it's not kix anymore reserving it...
what you think?
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#89438 - 2002-11-15 08:48 PM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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Are you saying that during testing, looped calls to the slider is good - it doesn't leak - but when used in BBChecker, it still leaks ?
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#89439 - 2002-11-15 08:53 PM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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no, can't test with slider as it is forms object and I want to know which one has the problem.
I had this:
code:
function tester()
dim $variable
$variable="1",2,1.5
endfunction

for $counter=0 to 1000000
tester
next
get $
exit 0

and before pressing the key, checked the mem. no change.
but doing:
code:
function tester()
dim $variable
$variable=createobject("kixtart.form")
endfunction

for $counter=0 to 100
tester
next
get $
exit 0

eats 150M memory which is "lost" somewhere.
and that is why I tracked it down to kixforms.
the object does not die.
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#89440 - 2002-11-15 08:55 PM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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that said, we can say it's not mem leak.
it's the design of kixforms
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#89441 - 2002-11-15 09:21 PM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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And it goes without saying that these tests were run using Build 37.
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#89442 - 2002-11-15 09:27 PM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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actually not.
stupid me, installed the checker and somehow messed that.
I'll test again.

meanwhile, could you check on the misc stuff.
selecting the first entry (2) in the PM check interval results in 20 when next time running misc

I've checked what the value is (actually the check is there in the code of current sources folder) and it is 2 when going to misc but setting it as the value somehow changes it to 20????
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#89443 - 2002-11-15 10:19 PM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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ok, the same test with forms did not show any significant raise so did it with 1000 instead of 100 and got over 50M usage with the 37
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#89444 - 2002-11-16 03:53 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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OH SHIT! OH SHIT! OH SHIT!
DL's new code for bbchecker and the darn thing would bring up the console every time I clicked the PM interval. No way to close except end task and then KiX would log me out.

Figured I'd uninstall and reinstall so dragged uninst.kix onto WKiX32 and it WIPED OUT HALF OF MY HARD DRIVE!

Guess what? Home PC... no backup... OH SHIT!
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#89445 - 2002-11-16 03:57 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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Dang... I HOPE you're joking.

I hate it when that kind of crap happens. This "testing" of scripts is SCARY! some times.

Hope you're doing okay Les.

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#89446 - 2002-11-16 03:59 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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[Eek!] [Frown] [Mad] [Frown]
eh, sorry?
[Eek!] [Frown] [Mad] [Frown]
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#89447 - 2002-11-16 04:01 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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yep.
it was not test but mis use.
$dir=@curdir+"\"

says my script and if drap&dropped, well, one can imagine what happens.
I quess that is the reason there is that link in bbchecker menu...
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#89448 - 2002-11-16 04:02 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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No, I kid you not. Bailed out when the icons started dissappearing off my desktop. Wiped out the root too. I put enough of it back together to boot and connect. DL'd a demo undelete but it's crippleware.
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#89449 - 2002-11-16 04:04 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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Les,

Jump to another comp if you can..

I need to run home and pick up dinner for family, but I can help you out in a little while. Send me an email.

bye... gotta run for now.

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#89450 - 2002-11-16 04:05 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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Yeah Jooel, I looked at the code afterwards and well DOH, it was a real dumb thing on my part to drag/drop it on WKix32.
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#89451 - 2002-11-16 04:09 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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well, I must say, for normal non-kixer it's dumb but for you I feel sorry and I feel that I'm in dept.
should have made some sort of question of verify for kixtart users sake...

really sorry on that.
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#89452 - 2002-11-16 04:20 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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Eh, don't sweat it. Time for me to put my sig in all caps, me thinks.

I just need to recover a few files. It was time to scrub the box anyway. IE6 wouldn't work and IE 5.5 would case a reboot sometimes.
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#89453 - 2002-11-17 09:04 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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ok, got checker to use POST instead of GET on the sender.
seems that at least ";" breaks the post, but will see.
normal text seems to come nicely even if long.
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#89454 - 2002-11-17 09:16 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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so, got also slider out from the main file and process.
this meaning:
-no mem leak with current kixforms
-no stealing focus
-no popping up checker window when slider shows
-no hang of checker form during slider run
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#89455 - 2002-11-20 01:10 AM Re: BBChecker II 1.5.2
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Every now and then my bbchecker goes wild budda binging a whole bunch of old posts. When I see 'Today's Active topics' those same old post are not there. Somehow it is seeing an old cached page. I've seen this happen on both my work and home computers.

Any thoughts?
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