[Seaside] Seaside-2.8-578 pegs CPUs on boot

Edward Ocampo-gooding edward.og at gmail.com
Mon Feb 16 13:25:15 UTC 2009

On Mon, Feb 16, 2009 at 1:34 AM, Philippe Marschall
<philippe.marschall at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2009/2/16 Edward Ocampo-gooding <edward.og at gmail.com>:
>> After playing/debugging some of the examples that come with
>> Seaside-2.8-578 (running under OS 10.5.6), I've managed to get the vm
>> image in such a state that when it boots up, I watch the Squeak
>> process soak up 99% of my CPU.
>> How would I go about debugging and fixing this? Would it be more worth
>> my while to just export the stuff I had done into a fresh image that
>> hasn't been broken?
> Open the process brower, turn on CPU watching, wait a moment, update the list.

I had to turn on auto-update as well, but that did the trick! Looked
like there was some integer operation that was caught in an infinite

Exactly the tip I was looking for. Thanks Phillippe!

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