[TxMt] Slow bundle commands

Fred B. fredb7 at starflam.com
Mon Jan 9 10:12:35 UTC 2006

On 09 Jan 2006, at 10:16, Trevor Harmon wrote:

> As a new user of TextMate, the only thing that has disappointed me  
> is the incredible slowness of many bundle commands. For instance,  
> if I hit ^⇧D to duplicate the current selection, TextMate  
> beachballs (hangs) for about 15 seconds. This is quite surprising  
> because my machine is fast enough (1.33GHz G4 with 1.2GB RAM) and  
> my files are small (< 200 lines).
> If I run top while TextMate is beachballing, I notice that bash is  
> consuming all available CPU cycles. Could there be something wrong  
> with my bash configuration? (I realize that TextMate is probably  
> just running some UNIX commands on top of bash to do the bundle  
> command, but still... 15 seconds of 100% CPU activity just to  
> duplicate a selected line? That can't be right.) Does everyone  
> suffer through this, or only me?
> Trevor
> P.S. I searched the list archives for this problem, but all I could  
> find were slowness issues related to remote file systems. All the  
> files I'm working with in TextMate are local.

This won't help you much but It's definitely not happening here.
(iMac G5 1.8Ghz 1024MB and PowerBook 1.5Ghz 512MB)


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