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Pain Points in Grasshopper
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Thomas Perkov 15 hours ago.

Web Socket connection in C#?
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NING search not working?
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Thomas Perkov replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"(shortcut "fix") Ctrl + ALT + LMB - Should work with Python- and usercomponent too. why? Because it's annoys me that I can't find some categories instant! ;-) hehe "
15 hours ago
Brian Harms replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"This would be amazing."
Aug 8
Vicente Soler replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"I think you also have to add the reference pointer which is 4 or 8 bytes depending on 32 or 64 bit platform."
Aug 7
Vicente Soler replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"using this code:     long start = System.GC.GetTotalMemory(true);    var bla = new  Grasshopper.Kernel.Types.GH_Number(42);    long end = System.GC.GetTotalMemory(true);    A = (int)…"
Aug 7
Arend replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"I stand corrected, my estimations seem to be a quite bit off."
Aug 7
David Rutten replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"The type description and type name are constants and do not take up any memory on every instance of a GH_Number. It is true that there is overhead compared to an array of doubles."
Aug 7
Richard Schaffranek replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"Thx for the math! But what I am wondering is the memory behavior, when passing this data through a set of components. And what also is strange, when the definition gets recalculated with less elements (e.g. 1000) than the memory consumption…"
Aug 7
Arend replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"Let's do some math on 2.4 million variables:12000 x 200 = 2.400.000(double: 64bit / 8 byte)2.400.000 x 8 byte = 18.3MBIf we consider GH_Number (used inside datatrees), it has some additional fields:Type Description  = 41 byteType…"
Aug 7
Joshua Jordan replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"ding ding ding"
Aug 6
Nate Holland replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"If you hold crtl+shift you can left click and drag all the wires coming out of an output to another component"
Aug 6
Joshua Jordan replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"Is it too late to revive the request for a "replace component" functionality?   I.e.  a "swap-all-wires-into-this-parameter-for-this-other-one?"  For those of us who aren't sensible enough to extract…"
Aug 6
Richard Schaffranek replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"Added a simple example to show the problem. In this case it makes no difference since it is a 130MB problem  (at least on my computer) but I got some files with more components where the memory consumption goes over my 4GB RAM. Its when…"
Aug 5
Santiago Diaz replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"I agree. I hope this discussion continues."
Aug 5
Marc Syp replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"Hey Santiago, Thanks for asking.  Flux's product focus changed pretty radically and we had to put our second GH plug-in on pause.  I'm sure that there will be some exciting developments in the future, but for the time being we…"
Aug 5
David Rutten replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"Each parameter creates a shallow copy, but when you modify data deep copies are made first. The datatrees are copied, but that shouldn't result in too much overhead. On the other hand 12000 branches is quite a lot. Can you post a file that…"
Aug 5
Richard Schaffranek replied to Marc Syp's discussion Pain Points in Grasshopper
"Hallo David, A thing that is kind of troubling is the memory issue when having e.g. large (e.g. 12000 Branches, with an average of 200 values) DataTrees. When passing such structures arround a few components my memory gets filled (only of 4 GB but…"
Aug 5

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