By the way, this issue also affects Cornerstone (since it's initial  
release, and continuing with the current version).  The fact that the  
beta versions of Versions _didn't_ suffer from this was the biggest  
reason I was using it over Cornerstone.

On Nov 17, 2008, at 12:36 PM, Sofa wrote:

> Hey Daniel,
> Thanks for reporting, we'll look into it soon.
> Kindest regards,
> Koen Bok -
> On Nov 17, 6:22 pm, Daniel Dickison <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> The 1.0 release seems to use a whole lot more memory than beta 9 did.
>> I'm guessing it has to do with the "number of modified files for each
>> bookmark" indicator.
>> After I first launch Versions, Activity Monitor shows Versions using
>> up 50%-150% of the CPU and "Real Memory" gradually increasing to  
>> about
>> 240 MB over the course of a few minutes.  This is a lot more than it
>> was using prior to the release (I believe it never exceeded 100 MB or
>> so).  I'm guessing it's a leak since the memory usage doesn't drop
>> after the initial spurt of activity.  The big initial CPU usage
>> subsides, but will occasionally pick up again even when the app is
>> sitting in the background.
>> I'm stuck with 640 MB of RAM at work so this is a bit painful.  Hope
>> this can be addressed soon.
> >

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