RoundCube forces me to kill FireFox

David Abrahams dave at
Fri Jul 6 20:41:24 CEST 2007

on Sun Jun 24 2007, till <> wrote:

>> Sorry, do you mean rc1.1
>> or something else?
> 0.1-rc1.1 ;-)
> Yes, that's what I mean - please give it a try. Also if you can, test
> against trunk.

yes, with both those versions, httpd starts to chew up a steadily
increasing percentage of CPU (it was at 98% within 30 sec).  Firefox
locks up and needs to be killed.  After killing firefox, httpd
*very* gradually reduces its CPU load, then seems to hover around 50%
for a while, then finally gives up and goes back close to
zero... so I don't have to kill my server; I do have to kill FireFox.

It looks from the outside like roundcube's JavaScript is trying to ask
the server some big question before it will allow the browser display
to update.

Dave Abrahams
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