On Jun 30, 2005, at 8:19 PM, Daniel Rasmussen wrote:
Not sure how to make sure Apple knows that this needs to be fixed
or if anyone else has had this problem, so I though I'd just
mention it here. I had Xcode 2.1 sitting in the background with a
project open, not really working on it at the time. Meanwhile, it
was predictively compiling, and the .o file for that class
(actually the extension was .o~>) had gotten up to over 10
gigabytes and rising. This left my drive with about 220 megabytes
when I became aware of it.
As a side note, I remember reading something about hfs extended
drives developing some sort of issue after becoming 85% full. Since
my drive was about 99.5%, does anyone know if this spells some sort
of imminent doom for my hard drive?
Having gotten back in order, the objc++ file that had become the huge
compiled file had a line like
I had left it at that without placing a closing quotation. I've also
noticed that the predictive compiler has problems with incomplete
lines if the file is saved before the closing bracket of a objc
message (like above if I hadn't put the initial quotation mark). In
those cases, the compiler in the background will unexpectedly crash.
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