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[Subclipse-dev] Re: [Subclipse-users] Why so slow?

From: Rob Oxspring <roxspring_at_imapmail.org>
Date: 2006-07-18 23:34:35 CEST

Switching to dev@ now that I'm running subclipse trunk in a debug session :)

So, I've finally checked out and tried the trunk and things certainly
feel a bit faster. I'm still seeing the occasional hanging "Building
workspace 0%" which appears to be coming from the loop at the bottom of
the SyncFileChangeListener.resourceChanged() method. The hanging also
seems more prevalent when the entire workspace is a working copy. Since
the problem is intermittent, I'm going to run in debug mode for a while
and see if I can get to the bottom of it.

Anyway, not sure if any of that helps you guys understand what's going
on but I thought an update would be good anyway.



Mark Phippard wrote:
> "Rob Oxspring" <roxspring@imapmail.org> wrote on 06/30/2006 12:22:35 PM:
>> Is there any reason for choosing svn status -N for this quick check?
>> Wouldn't a svn info tell you just as much but faster? For that matter
> you
>> could probably get away with checking for the presence of a .svn or _svn
>> directory?
> If you want to test the trunk code, I took the check out completely. I
> think it is really unneeded and for someone like you with 130 projects it
> should make a noticeable startup difference.
> Mark
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