Pandown freezes Sublime #1

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evilhamsterman opened this Issue Jan 31, 2013 · 5 comments

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I recently update to Pandoc 1.10.1 and now anytime I try to build a document in Sublime with Pandown it cause Sublime to freeze up and must be forced closed.

Ubuntu 12.04
Sublime 2.0.1
Pandoc 1.10.1 installed through cabal
Pandown installed through Package Control

Exact same issue here.

OSX 10.7.5
Sublime 2.0.1 build 2217
Latest pandoc installed from the OSX installer
Pandown installed through package control.

slara commented Feb 11, 2013

Same issue

Debian GNU/Linux Sid
Sublime Text 2, Dev channel, build 2220
Pandoc 1.10.1 installed through cabal
Pandown installed through Package Control

Ditto, even with an older version of pandoc.

Win 7 64b
Sublime Text 2, 2.01 build 2217
Pandoc 1.9.4.2 & Pandoc 1.10.1

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phyllisstein commented Mar 23, 2013

Hey all:
I can't apologize enough for having missed this for so long; I wasn't getting e-mails from this thread for some reason. The good news is that I've just ported Pandown3, the much more stable version that I was actively maintaining for Sublime Text 3, backwards to Sublime Text 2. I've tested it running under Mac OS X with Pandoc 1.11, and all seems to be well. As soon as I've rewrittern the readme, I'll push a commit that will hopefully solve your problems, so please take a look and let me know how it works.
Thanks,
Daniel

@phyllisstein phyllisstein pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 23, 2013

Daniel Shannon Completed move away from 2/3 separation (solves #1) aa0c8a1

phyllisstein was assigned Mar 26, 2013

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phyllisstein commented Mar 27, 2013

I'm going to close this now, since it looks like the new version is running well on Linux, OS X, and most Windows installations. Please feel free to reopen it, open a new issue, or e-mail me (d at daniel dot sh) if your problems persist. Windows 7 users may need to download the most recent commit in order for Pandown to run correctly.

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