[Newbies] Debugging Squeak

K Chang alongtheridge at gmail.com
Fri Feb 1 01:04:40 UTC 2008

    I tried that out,but the system is too busy to show up the "Show CPU
usage".Guess what I did was so evil for the system that it won't respond.
    Thank you anyway.

2008/1/31, Michael van der Gulik <mikevdg at gmail.com>:
> On Jan 31, 2008 3:46 PM, K Chang <alongtheridge at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I was trying to make some modifications on Squeak.
> > After some coding work,I found my Squeak now consumes almost 95% CPU
> > time and more than 100M mem, and it seems like it won't slow down unless i
> > close it. I've already saved the image and the CPU consuming problem comes
> > out right after starting Squeak with out running any code I wrote,
> > my question is, is there any debugging tools that i could find out which
> > process or chunk of code is slowing down my squeak ? I've tried
> > MessageTally,didn't work.
> >
> Open up the process browser and enable the options "Show CPU usage" and
> "Auto update". I can't remember exactly what all the names are, but you
> should be able to work it out. This shows you which process is using all the
> CPU, and you can suspend it, debug it or terminate it.
> Gulik.
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