Downloading hundreds of files crashes the app
Marc Beuchat 11 years ago • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 11 years ago • 5
I work with development trees that contain 1000s of files. If I try to download a folder that contains more than 400 files, the app crashes. The Transfer Progress dialog shows the number of files/folders that need to be downloaded and then it freezes for a bit and finally the app closes. This happens with connections to dropbox and to a WebDAV server.
I could fix this bug for Textastic 3.1.
There were a few issues at work here. The UI is now updated when you download a lot of files and I could fix a memory issue when directories are created.
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I tested using Textastic 3.1 and syncing a tree that has about 700 folders and 8000 files. The app still crashes.
Maybe I'll just wait for you to implement some kind of syncing with remote trees (like GoodReader does - you mentioned this as one way to give a kind of "rsync" support).