if a big spread of numbers is connected to the first input pin and one tries filter a spread of n and the find pin is set to first or last sift is going to fill up memory. wait a few seconds and have a look in task manager…
can you provide the simplest possible patch that demonstrates this feature?
on win7 and xp the same problem. when you set the find pin to all the leaking stops.
siftMemoryLeak.v4p (3.5 kB)
could you (or anybody else) reproduce it with the attached patch?
ya thanks. reproduced. it is in the pipeline now…