On 3/16/07, Markus Schlegel <email@example.com> wrote:
> I use the "close Project" function of eclipse frequently. As of this I
> have normally several closed projects and 1-4 opened ones.
> When I looked into the Eclipse Logfile, I recognised that it is always
> full with Exceptions from Subclipse, because subclipse tries to get a
> resource from one of the closed projects.
> When I reopen such a project, and restart eclipse, the exceptions come
> immediately with an other closed project.
> I think, this slows down my eclipse drastically.
> You should consider checking if a project is still open before triying to
> access the resource.
> Maybe it's even an Eclipse Bug (why does eclipse try to decorate a
> resource from a closed project???)
It would seem there have to be some factors we are missing. For example, do
you have one of these projects in the Synch view when they are closed?
You are right that it does not make sense that we are being asked to
decorate resources in a closed project. I do not think the answer is to
have us check if the project is open before checking any resource. That
could not possibly be good for performance.
Received on Fri Mar 16 14:21:22 2007