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Re: Q: High processor load with change to GNU Emacs 22 under Windows

From: Torsten Zirzlaff
Subject: Re: Q: High processor load with change to GNU Emacs 22 under Windows
Date: Sun, 07 Oct 2007 18:47:58 +0200
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Sven Joachim schrieb:
Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> writes:

From: Torsten Zirzlaff <address@hidden>
Date: Sat, 06 Oct 2007 00:07:48 +0200

   If I open a C or C++ file in Emacs 22 I encounter a very high
workload. On a single porcessor system GNU Emacs uses 100%
of the CPU while I do nothing. If I <Ctrl>+g I stops shortly
and starts again. On a multiprocessor system it uses up a
complete CPU. This only happens if I load a C/C++ file.
Does the problem go away if you start Emacs with "emacs -Q", and then
open a C/C++ file?  If so, maybe you load in your .emacs some optional
package that causes this problem.

One particular package that causes this problem is semantic prior to
version 1.0pre4 (see etc/NEWS).

  I'll try the given hints. I had the CEDET packages under suspicion as
well. I'll install the current 1.0pre4 version and hope the problem
is solved.

What got me puzzling was the fact when I kill all buffers the workload just stays.

  Anyway many thanks so far and I give feedback if I got the
problem solved. Otherwise I had to ask again.



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