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It may be a linux only issue, but sometimes the search popup blocks the gui thread and monodevelop becomes unresponsive. I made some thread dumps of it:
I think that it looks like an infinite resize request loop.
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should be fixed.
Nope, still freezing with latest fetch from github.
It freezes almost always If I enter a comma ',' following by a space ' '. Sometimes I have to repeat this a couple of times and then I run into the freeze.
May be a different problem - can you give me a kill -QUIT output ?
Which mono version are you using ?
Created attachment 4732 [details]
Sure, for the kill output see the attached file.
My mono version:
[mono-master] ~ @ mono --version
Mono JIT compiler version 3.3.0 (master/b5188e8 Mon Aug 12 12:15:04 CEST 2013)
Copyright (C) 2002-2012 Novell, Inc, Xamarin Inc and Contributors. www.mono-project.com
LLVM: supported, not enabled.
That's a mono 3.3 issue I think - I've problems with anything newer than 3.0.x on linux as well.
Can you try to go to 'main/build/bin' and start monodevelop with:
mono --gc=boehm MonoDevelop.exe
(but that's unrelated to the GetIdealSize fix - that's why it doesn't really help you :/)
with "mono --gc=boehm MonoDevelop.exe", MD also freezes, so no s-gen problem I think.
Do you know which part of mono is responsible then, so that i could fill up a proper bug?
I think that's releated to an library - maybe gtk/gtk#
That's really hard to track down for us :/