Which is the scheme script you are using?
It needs to be fixed anyway, as I posted on my other e-mail.
On Wednesday 17 November 2004 23:51, Joseph Heled wrote:
> Thanks for all of you who clarified this. My setting are
> Minimal number of undo levels - 20
> Maximum Undo Memory - 64M
> I guess the two are in conflict for large images. I like a fairly
> liberal number of undo's, yet I did not realize the size can
> balloon in a such a way and hit 1.2G after a few applications of a
> scheme script (which makes liberal use of new layers), which brings
> gimp and the system to a long minutes of swapparoa fun.
> So, is there a way to limit the size per image? Or a better way to
> set up a machine with 750MB of memory and a large swap?
> Thanks, Joseph
> Joao S. O. Bueno Calligaris wrote:
> > On Wednesday 17 November 2004 23:02, Joseph Heled wrote:
> >>I open a 3038x2012 photo (gimp 2.2-pre1).
> >>The caption below the image says 46.9 MB
> >>I add a layer with Layer/New Layer. The caption says 70.3 MB
> >>I delete the layer. Caption stays 70.3 MB
> >>I Layer/New Layer again. The caption says: 93.7 MB
> >>I delete the layer. Caption stays 93.7 MB
> >>Should I believe the numbers or not? I understand the gimp might
> >> be allocating memory and keeping it, but it does not mean the
> >> size of the image keep growing indefinitely? What am I missing?
> > The information is still ther, as the layer deletion can be
> > undone.
> > Open the "undo history" dialog, and hit the "clear undo history"
> > button - that is what you were missing. :-)
> >>Thanks, Joseph
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