DDD And Cygwin

Suhaib M. Siddiqi Ssiddiqi@InspirePharm.Com
Mon May 31 21:10:00 GMT 1999

> > To follow up my previous post, I took your advice and tried
> > out the 30-day trial of Solstice to see how DDD would work,
> > but I have the same problem! As soon as I launch DDD, it eats
> > up 100% processor time constantly and consumes resources at
> > a very fast pace until the system is unusable (Windows NT 4,
> > SP5, 128MB RAM...). I guess you don't have this problem?
> I should say that colleges using DDD on Sun SparcStation4s also
> complain of DDD being resource intensive.

I checked it laswt night on Linux (RedHat 6.0).  It does the same thing, consumes 80-90%
of CPU resources.  Therefore, I conclude it is a bug in DDD source code, not in
Cygwin port of DDD.  On NT it does consume 80-90% CPU resources but system
does not become unusanle.


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