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Old 30th September 2009, 10:54 AM
pentarh Offline
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FC11 x86_64: Quanta plus eats lot of CPU on opening big project

Found the similar bug description in Ubuntu, but it has been marked as fixed:


Steps to reproduce:
1. Start Quanta
2. Open a large quanta PHP project (about megabyte of source code, 300+ files)
3. CPU goes 100% and quanta hungs about 3-5 minutes

Then all things seems okay.

I dont think its a slow cpu problem, I have CPU "Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz" and memory 4Gbyte on my desktop.

Kdewebdev versions installed:

PS. Zend Studio works perfectly with this large project.

Don't know where to forward this issue, please help.
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