How large are we talking? Like 16 gig porjects at 2gigs of ram or (that was an exsageration)....
To be honest, I am not sure how to measure the project size.
On disk the src directory is 3MB and about 900 files. It also links against
a few libraries, but the source code is not included.
The debugging .swf ends up about 10MB and the release build .swf ends up
about 1.5MB or so.
I am happy to perform any other measurements that might be helpful.
Thats actually not a large project. Thats the size of my project.
How much ram does it use - whats your CPU spike when you run it? what other applications are you running?
When I run the application in the memory profiler under FB 4.0 it takes
about 80MB of RAM peak.
I can not get the app to launch out of FB 4.5.
I have reproduced this issue on two different machines running only Eclipse
both stand alone and the plugin versions.
My machine has 4GB of RAM, my typical usage is less than 2GB.
Right now with FB 4.0 I am working on the problem project and a few sample
projects and Eclipse is consuming about 600MB which seems normal to me.
The confusing thing for me is that everything works fine and is responsive
with FB 4.0 and the issue does not seem to be actually compiling the
application, rather it has something to do with how FB is parsing my source
code that causes the hang. Almost like somehow a circular dependency check
that used to work is now failing or something like that.
I am not sure how to find out what FB 4.5 is hanging on precisely. I can only
see that the logs look normal and memory usage climbs out of sight while it
I think a reinstall might work - how ever I dont think 4.5 is ready for useage right now as it has SOOO many bugs - this issue shouldnt be an issue. For example Mine wont even run as the adobie air debugger launches but nothing else. I really think adobe should have waitied till cs5 to release such products.
Have you tried re-installing?
Yeah, I have it installed on two different machines, same behavior.
I will try installing again later this weekend.