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Entrian Source Search 1.7.14: Fixes for OutOfMemoryException

Tuesday, December 5th, 2017 by Richie Hindle

I’m pleased to announce the release of Entrian Source Search 1.7.14, which should no longer crash when it encounters an OutOfMemoryException when searching.

1.7.13 fixed this for the indexing process, and 1.7.14 fixes it for searching.  Visual Studio is a 32-bit process, and uses up memory like it’s going out of fashion.  If you happen to be using Source Search at the point that the address space runs out, it now tries to report that sensibly rather than displaying its crash dialog.

1.7.14 also includes a couple of other tweaks:

  • The default root folder when you use Open Folder is now the folder you’ve opened, not its parent.
  • Source Search gives up searching when it reaches one million hits; that now happens earlier in the searching process, so you get your million hits more quickly.  :-)

You can download this new release from the download page or from the Visual Studio Marketplace.

 

Entrian Source Search 1.7.13: Lots of bugfixes

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017 by Richie Hindle

I’m pleased to announce the release of Entrian Source Search 1.7.13, which fixes a pile of bugs:

  • Dialogs no longer shrink so that you can’t see some of their controls.  Thanks, Jean-Michel.
  • Fixed an OutOfMemoryException for very large indexes.  Thanks, Eddie.
  • Reverted the recent font change for machines with ClearType disabled, because the new font looked worse than the old one when ClearType was disabled.  Thanks, Anders.
  • Fixed a crash when a line of code in the results list included characters that .NET 4.0 considers to be letters but .NET 2.0 didn’t (and there’s a surprising number of those!)
  • Fixed a crash when enabling logging.  Thanks, Andrew.
  • Fixed a crash when using autocomplete while entering a ‘loose:’-prefixed query.  Thanks, Daniel.

You can download this new release from the download page or from the Visual Studio Marketplace.

 

Entrian Source Search 1.7.12: Open Folder, font improvements, copy all pathnames

Monday, October 23rd, 2017 by Richie Hindle

I’m very pleased to announce Entrian Source Search 1.7.12, with these enhancements:

  • Full support for Open Folder in Visual Studio 2017; when you use Open Folder, Source Search will treat the folder like a solution, associating an index with it in the usual way.  Thanks, Martin.
  • Switched the font from Microsoft Sans Serif to Segoe UI, which is the font used by the rest of the Visual Studio UI.  Thanks, Mark.
  • The result list context menu now has a command to copy the unique path names of the files in the search result to the clipboard.  Thanks, Jan.
  • Opening and then immediately closing a solution no longer causes an occasional crash.  Thanks, Brett.
  • The command-line Source Search command, ess.exe, now includes a check command,  which can tell whether an index is corrupt, and attempt to repair it.  Thanks, Eddie.

As always, this upgrade is available for free to all licensed users, and as a 30-individual-day trial for everyone else.  You can download it from the gallery or the download page.

 

Entrian Source Search 1.7.11: High DPI enhancements; bugfix for tildes in pathnames

Monday, September 4th, 2017 by Richie Hindle

Announcing Entrian Source Search 1.7.11, which:

  • Improves the UI on High DPI machines.  Thanks, Mark.
  • Fixes a bug introduced in version 1.7.10 whereby path~names~containing~tildes could be added to the index with a \\?\UNC \\?\path \\?\prefix, which would prevent Visual Studio being able to open them.  Thanks, Martin.

You can download this new release from the download page or the gallery.

 

Entrian Source Search 1.7.10: Lots of small enhancements

Thursday, August 24th, 2017 by Richie Hindle

I’m very pleased to announce the release of Entrian Source Search 1.7.10, with a pile of fixes and small enhancements:

  • Fixed a crash (PathTooLongException) when you have source files with pathnames longer than 260 characters.  Thanks, Uwe.
  • Fixed a bug whereby opening a XAML file that wasn’t part of the current solution would fail.  Thanks, Cyril.
  • The size of the Source Search toolbar and dialogs is no longer insanely big on some High DPI machines after you log in with Remote Desktop.  Thanks, Brett.
  • Relaxed the Fuzzy rules to be slightly more fuzzy; previously ‘state’ wasn’t a fuzzy match for ‘status’, and now it is.  Thanks, Patrick.
  • The crash dialog now remembers your email address.  Thanks, Jan.
  • Installing Source Search as an adminstrator now correctly makes it available for all non-admin users.  Thanks, Igor.
  • Fixed a typo on the New Index dialog.  Thanks, Sam.
  • If there’s a crash while loading the settings, the settings file is no longer kept locked by the crashed process.  Thanks, Daniel.
  • Opening an index for writing is now quicker than in previous versions.
  • The crash dialog now points out that you can redact the crash dump before sending it, in case there’s anything sensitive in there.

As always, this upgrade is available for free to all licensed users, and as a 30-individual-day trial for everyone else.  You can download it from the gallery or the download page.

 

Entrian Source Search 1.7.9: Autocreate indexes

Thursday, July 13th, 2017 by Richie Hindle

I’m very pleased to announce the release of Entrian Source Search 1.7.9, with one new feature and one bugfix:

  • The new Autocreate feature is great for teams.  It provides a single, central way to say to Source Search, “Whenever anyone opens this solution (or any solution under a given source directory), create an index automatically.”  So you don’t have the whole team being prompted to create indexes – it just happens.  See the “Index autocreation” section of the manual (down at the bottom of that page) to learn how it works.  Thanks, Brett and Igor.
  • The bugfix: Source Search is very careful not to interfere with any other process that want to read and write your source files.  But there was a race condition – if a file was quickly opened for reading, closed, then opened again for writing, Source Search could get in the way and cause the write to fail.  That loophole has now been closed.  Thanks, Kurt.

As always, this upgrade is available for free to all licensed users, and as a 30-individual-day trial for everyone else.  You can download it from the gallery or the download page.

Entrian Source Search 1.7.8: Multiple tabs

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017 by Richie Hindle

I’m very pleased to announce Entrian Source Search 1.7.8, which includes one new feature and a pile of bugfixes. Source Search now let you have multiple tabs, so you can keep one or more sets of search results open while performing more searches:

 

See the manual page for Multiple tabs for full details on tabs and how to use them.

Also in this release:

  • You no longer see duplicate results after case-only renames on filesystems with 8.3 filenames disabled.  Thanks, Alan.
  • Fixed a crash trying index a directory for which you don’t have read permission.  Thanks, Jools.
  • Files using Mac line endings are now indexed properly.  Thanks, Keith.
  • The “Unexpected IO Exception” dialog now works for the indexer as well as the searcher, so if the indexer hits a transient file system problem, you get a chance to retry.  Thanks, Eddie.
  • Fixed a crash when using the “Previous Hit” hotkey for a file: search.  Thanks, Sam.
  • Fixed a rendering glitch in the results list for long source lines beginning with tab characters. Thanks, Anders.
  • The settings file is no longer truncated if the disk is full when Source Search tries to write to it.  Thanks, Martin.
  • If you try to create an index, find that there’s already one of that name, and ask to recreate it, you no longer get a silly error telling you that the index already exists.  Thanks, Martin.
  • All of the controls in the crash dialog now render clearly in the High Contrast theme.  Thanks, Martin.
  • Fixed a rendering glitch in the results list when using the editor font on a High DPI display.  Thanks, Chris.

As always, this upgrade is available for free to all licensed users, and as a 30-individual-day trial for everyone else.  You can download it from the gallery or the download page.

Entrian Source Search 1.7.7: Out-of-process indexing

Sunday, April 2nd, 2017 by Richie Hindle

I’m very pleased to announce Entrian Source Search 1.7.7, which includes one invisible change:

  • Indexing is now done by an external process, rather than within the Visual Studio process.

That means no more sharing of one increasingly-cramped 4GB address space between Visual Studio and the Entrian indexer, which is good news for anyone who’s ever suffered an OutOfMemoryException at the hands of Source Search.

This change also introduces the -watch switch to the command line tool ess.exe.  When you pass that switch to a create or update command, ess.exe continues to run at the end of the update, watching for changed files and updating the index as they change. That means you can use ess.exe to keep an index up to date just as you would a Visual Studio session (which is in fact what Source Search itself is now doing behind the scenes).

As always, the upgrade is available for free to all licensed users, and as a 30-individual-day trial for everyone else.  You can download it from the download page or the gallery.