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Re[2]: Latest emacs snapshots max CPU on XP

From: neverov_dg
Subject: Re[2]: Latest emacs snapshots max CPU on XP
Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2007 08:09:25 +0700


I had the same problem.

Try to put this in your .emacs:

(setq semantic-idle-scheduler-idle-time 432000)

I found it in the CEDET mail list.

> I found the problem!!

> After commenting and uncommenting various pieces of my various
> configuration files (many MANY configuration files :)

> The CPU hog was the CEDET library I was using for my ECB installation.
> Apparently the semantic parser was going wild with the new version.
> I've disabled the CEDET and ECB packages until I can track down the
> actual culprit. There's been no update for some time in CEDET, so I
> may look for alternatives for java programming.

> In the meantime, I'm switching from gnuserv to emacsclient. Thanks for
> all of your help!

> - Chris

> "Juanma Barranquero" <address@hidden> writes:

>> On 2/28/07, Chris McMahan <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> I've used pre-compiled XP binaries and compiled my own using MinGW,
>>> and both will suddenly start using up 60-80% of my CPU resources. I've
>>> not been able to correlate any specific activities with this behavior.
>> Could you please try adding
>>  (setq jit-lock-stealth-time nil)
>> to your .emacs and report whether it helps?
>>> The pre-compiled version I'm currently using does not have this
>>> problem
>>> - GNU Emacs (i386-mingw-nt5.1.2600) of 2006-06-04 on TPAD
>> There's quit a lot of changes between that version and the current
>> pretest. When did you start to notice the problem?
>> Do you load many buffers, particularly many buffers with complex
>> fontification (source code, etc.)?
>>             Juanma

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