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Alfred eats CPU and RAM when trying to update GitHub workflow

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I'm running Alfred 4.0.3 [1092] with the Powerpack on macOS 10.14.6. I use Dropbox to sync my Alfred preferences, and I had an old GitHub workflow installed. When I tried to use it by typing "gh " it told me there was an update available.
 

I chose the "> update" option. Then I opened Alfred again, typed "gh " and the "> update" option appeared again, so I chose it again. Then I opened Alfred again, and typed "gh " and then chose "> changelog" to try to figure out whether it had already updated or not. Then my computer was slowing to a crawl, and I opened Activity Monitor to see what was the culprit.

 

To my surprise, Alfred was using over 30% CPU and 9 GBs of RAM (!). I captured a sample using Activity Monitor hoping it may help troubleshoot the problem, and killed Alfred.

 

It's back to normal now, but I'm afraid to update this workflow again :)

 

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This isn’t a bug in Alfred, but in the Workflow. It’s at its source that you need to report it.

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