On 4 September 2010 19:54, Bob Snyder <bob.snyder@cox.net> wrote:
I have had Geany lock up solid a few times in Windows. This seems to happen when I am trying to adjust the size of the Message Window or the Sidebar. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be reproducible. When it happens Geany's CPU usage goes to 100% and it is completely unresponsive and will not repaint its window.

I suppose this could just as likely be a problem with the GTK port to Windows as with Geany, but I wondered if it has ever been seen before. More importantly, when it happens, is there any way to recover the changes I have made since the last save? 

I have this happen very occasionally on my Ubuntu machine. Currently using 0.20 r5714 (has happened with previous versions). Geany essentially freezes completely although I don't see the high CPU usage. It doesn't recover. I end up having to kill it from a terminal. Fire it up again and it all works fine. 

I wonder if this points to a GTK problem rather than Geany problem? I guess I could run in a gdb session or something to see if I can catch it?

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