ver. 0.5.3 + foobar portable 1.1.12 beta 2
If I double click on a .cue in a filemanager to start a DSDIFF/cue combo the system allocate a lot of memory and never flush it.
Memory used = 1348M
Double click on new .cue = 1671M
Double click on new .cue = 1811M
Double click on new .cue = 2032M
Double click on the first .cue = 2032M
Double click on new .cue = 2217M
It seems everytime I double click on a NEW record some memory is being allocated. If I click on a record I already played on the same session no more memory is being allocated. Clicking directly on the DSDIFF or ISO create the same problem but with less memory wasted. Playing .cue/DSDIFFs within the foobar media library doesn't create such problem, the problem ONLY happens when I double click on a file within a filemanager.
I tried to replicate the bug with DVD audio and other files without success, this appens only with SACD ISOs and DSDIFFs.
This is a major problem because all my new records are not on my media library yet and double clicking on many records eats up all RAM until the system ran out of it. The only way to flush RAM is to close and reopen foobar.
This is a major concern to me and if I can provide any more info to help solve this issue please mail me here: email@example.com