[Scribus] Minimum practical memory size
Mon Jan 30 23:51:36 CET 2006
On Monday 30 January 2006 23:48, John R. Culleton wrote:
> On Sunday 29 January 2006 05:24 pm, Craig Bradney wrote:
> > On Sunday 29 January 2006 23:17, John R. Culleton wrote:
> > > I am working in Scribus on a Linux Slack 10.2 system with 256MB
> > > of memory. I seem to be having memory problems. I have plenty of
> > > swap space. What is the practical minimum memory for Scribus
> > > 1.3.2?
> > How was your Scribus built?
> > Your build ID in Help About will show something like:
> > C-C-T-F-A or perhaps that A will be a C. Is your Scribus really 1.3.2 or
> > have you built from CVS? The reason I say this is that the cairo build of
> > 1.3.2 or before had a memory leak. Built against libart, or 1.3.3cvs,
> > there is no issue.
> > Other than that, 256-512 would be minimums depending on the rest of the
> > system installed and running.
> > Craig
> Yes it is C-C-T-F-A. Is that good or bad? That is what is up on
> the site.
It just means theres no chance you have the cairo memory leak (now fixed in
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