[OS X TeX] TeXShop Crash-o-matic

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Fri Mar 23 17:40:11 CET 2007

Le 23 mars 07 à 16:59, Gary L. Gray a écrit :

> On Mar 23, 2007, at 12:33 PM, Michael S. Hanson wrote:
>> 	1.  Do others on the list have stability issues with this version  
>> of TeXShop?  This combination of TeXShop and OS X 10.4.9?
> I find that the current release is no more or less stable than  
> previous releases. It appears that TeXShop has a serious memory  
> leak (this goes back several versions) that eventually will cause  
> it to become unstable after *many* typesets. You can see this by  
> launching Activity Monitor and watching the memory used by TeXShop  
> increase after every typeset run.

I'm not experiencing these crashes often, but I'm still seeing a bug  
which may or may not be related and also goes back several versions:  
after *many* typesets (or saves, maybe), the Cmd-S shortcut for  
saving the content of the input window stops being operational, and  
TeXShop stops taking into account your latest input when typesetting;  
instead, it uses the input dating back to the last time you actually  
saved , and for saving you have to use the File > Save menu item  
(which, contrary to Cmd-S, is still operational).

That's odd.

Bruno Voisin

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