Clues to Need to Reinstall on OX X?
revdan at danshafer.com
Fri Jun 25 14:16:08 CDT 2004
On Jun 25, 2004, at 11:56 AM, Troy Rollins wrote:
> On Jun 25, 2004, at 2:09 PM, Dan Shafer wrote:
>> Needless to say, this has me pausing and wondering about the overall
>> stability of the environment under moderate stress. I know I've read
>> other messages here from time to time on the subject. What is your
>> recent experience? Is this an anomaly I should try to track down to a
>> specific combo of plugins and/or menu stuff? Or is this something I
>> just have to learn to live with?
> I'll chime in...
> While I wouldn't say that the environment is as stable as... well
> anything really, I would say that I've been pleasantly surprised with
> 2.2, and 2.2.1 under OSX. I have a complex app, which puts heavy
> stress on the IDE (I think), and haven't had to do any reinstalls, and
> have only had the occasional crasher. In most cases, the crash has
> been due to a plug in, and initially, to something I was doing, I
> guess. Whatever I was doing, I must have stopped, as in general the
> IDE has stabilized, and I now routinely work in my app for a day or
> two without even closing Rev.
> Now, in this app, I elected to do NO "menu stuff." None. Why? Every
> time I tried messing with menus, Rev would crash. ;-) ALL of my
> menus are contained within the app, in the form of option buttons,
> etc. It isn't ideal, but this particular app can stand that without
> seeming out of the ordinary.
> So, that leaves me with menus as a suspect to increased frequency of
This app also does no menus other than those contained in the app, for
some of the same reasons.
> OS 10.3.4
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