Allan Odgaard-4 wrote
It could either be that you have a command running “on document changes” or possibly that you are out of memory and the delays are causing by swapping memory out to disk.
When a delay happens you can run `sample TextMate 1` in a terminal to see what TextMate is doing.
You may want to make an alias or bind this to a hotkey, so that you can do it the instant you noticed that TextMate stalls.
You can also try to (install and then) run `pstree` when it is stalling to see if there is any subprocess being run by TextMate.
Bound both of them to a shortcut, will see what I get when it happens again.
I added `footprint` in case the problem is memory related like you suggest, does that make sense?
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