Out of Memory Error after undoing a slew of earlier file/directory moves

Greeting,

Using PyCharm 1.1.1, I received an Out Of Memory Error (see attached) after moving a bunch of files and directories in a Mercurial repo and then attempting to undo the moves.

What do you recommended for target settings?  The prompt says XMS is at 512 MB and XX:MaxPermSize is 150 MB.

The repo is realtively small, with 147 .py and .txt files organized in 8 directories with 5 subdirectories --- collectively just under 1MB.

To trigger the error, I created a new top level directory, then file by file or directory by directory moved the items into the new top level directory.  Then changed my mind and started doing a series of Ctrl-Z operations and then got the error.

Cheers,

Rob

P.S. Am running PyCharm 1.1.1 on Windows 7 64-bit Pro with Python 2.7.1 32-bit.



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I am getting this a lot as well in Ubuntu 10 x64.  No matter how high you set the memory it still says it is out of memory.  The bar at the bottom barley registers any memory being used.

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gdoermann wrote:

I just added a bug for this: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/PY-3109

Greg,

Thanks for writing up the bug.  I forgot and you saved me the step.

Cheers,

Rob

P.S. +1 to http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/PY-3109

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