I’m developing a program in python to be read in Blender. It consists in the creation of balls in motion. The balls are created in a script that calls a second script with the dynamic. When I call the first script everything goes Ok and blender takes 200Mb from the RAM.
The problem is that if I remove everything and I run the script again, blender takes another 200Mb (+400Mb) from the RAM. So (while I’m developing the script) if I test the scritp five or six times (I have 2Gb of RAM), the system collapses. I have to close Blender (then the RAM goes to the initial value) and the process starts again.
Any idea why this is happening?
Thanks in advance!