On Do, 15 Feb 2018, Tony Mechelynck wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 9:49 PM, Lifepillar <lifepil...@lifepillar.me> wrote:
> > In my system (macOS and Vim 8.0.1500), if I run `vim --clean`
> > repeatedly, both maxmem and maxmemtot are set to the same huge value, which
> > changes at every run, such as 9007199253926612 or
> > 9007199253919906. I wish that were approx. half the KB of my RAM
> > but alas it is not. Are those normal values to see?
> > Life.
> I don't think so. These settings are supposed to be expressed in
> kilobytes, so the values you give above would be on the close order of
> 9 petabytes, which seems a little too big compared to the memory size
> usually available on today's computers.
Then perhaps we have a bug on how Vim initially determines the maxmem
and maxmemtot option.
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