[antlr-interest] AntlrWork problem
peizhao at itee.uq.edu.au
Tue Oct 16 22:28:51 PDT 2007
Thanks for reply.
I agreed that you can run it in your command line, or even you directly
double click on the Jar file will give you enough memory to run the
antlrworks. however, it seems to me that the software didn't release
memory back to the system after using the memory for
it becomes terrible slow after you run a complete debugging process.
Simone Tripodi wrote:
> Hi Peizhao!
> I had the same problem that I resolved just downloading the
> AntlrWork's jar archive, so open a shell and lunch the application
> with the command
> java -Xmx700m -jar antlrworks-1.1.3.jar
> Well, 700m are too much, but you can increase the memory size as you like it :)
> Have a nice day!
> 2007/10/16, Peizhao Hu <peizhao at itee.uq.edu.au>:
>> Hi all,
>> has anyone experience a out-of-memory problem with AntlrWork?
>> AntlrWork debug my file and generate AST tree smoothly in the first
>> time. however, when you modify something and want to redebug it again,
>> it will compliant that not enough memory. So I have to close (exit) the
>> software and restart it again, everytime.
>> I am wondering whether there is a memory leakage bug in the software or
>> something wrong with my grammar.
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