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My texstudio is crashing whenever I do this:

I have a bunch of \input{files} because I'm writing a large document. When writing, I commented out most of the inputs to speed up the compile process. However, when I uncomment all the inputs, my texstudio crashes all the time. It seems like texstudio cannot handle the large files.

Anyway to overcome this problem?

  • what type of error are you getting? what does the log files say? – naphaneal Sep 23 '18 at 19:32
  • Texstudio just closes itself. Nothing generated. Now I'm editing in text and running in cmd. – Jerry Sep 23 '18 at 20:36
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    Which version of TXS, what OS? You might try deactivating the automatically load included files option in Configure TeXstudio -> Editor (with show advanced options checked) – Troy Sep 23 '18 at 20:45
  • A few basics [1] estimate the final file size by binary chop, uncomment half and if it does not fail look at result size and double it, if fails re comment a quarter so only 25% is processed if it works quadruple the result) [2] look for high res images, comment those out. Does it run? If so consider reducing dpi, same for any other large embedment [3] confirm the disk source/temp/target has no limitations e.g. free space – user170109 Sep 24 '18 at 0:43
  • Thanks guys. After unchecking the automatically load include files, it works. – Jerry Sep 26 '18 at 2:20
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TeXstudio does a lot of pre-loading, scanning and analyzing behind the scenes which may spell trouble if you are including many large files and/or if you have an old system. You can turn off this option by deactivating automatically load included files in Configure TeXstudio -> Editor (with show advanced options checked on the bottom left corner of the Config dialog). Then you should have a smoother experience with TXS / not have TXS crash so often.

In that case, you would have to keep the \include-d files open in TXS if you want to use any defined commands, labels etc. from that file and have them prompted to you by TXS.

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