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I’ve been seeing intermittent crashes. When atom crashes, I end up having to clear the window state to get it back (it crashes on start until that).
Steps to Reproduce
- Open atom
- Open several (somewhere between 5 and 8) haml files
Expected behavior: Atom is stable
Actual behavior: Atom crashes
Reproduces how often:
I can reproduce this 100%% of the time. Immediately after a crash, atom crashes on launch in safe mode or normal mode until I clear the window state.
My full settings: https://gist.github.com/calebmeyer/57593e1d220fef2910e3d881852a04b3
Because the crash happens so infrequently (about once every 2-5 hours), I’ve only reproduced it for my main work project, which is a ruby and rails app (single top level git folder).
Atom has only started crashing this way since I installed 1.28.0 (stable)
When it crashes, I only rarely get an actual crash dump. I’ll email you the crash logs.
I tried debugging in visual studio, and it was usually corrupted heap errors
This will occasionally occur when I try to open a new file by double clicking it from the tree-view. I’m not sure if that’s coincidence, but it’s happened a few times (different files each time)