[Newbies] Debugging Squeak

Michael van der Gulik mikevdg at gmail.com
Thu Jan 31 02:59:30 UTC 2008

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.


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