Recently after installing subclipse, Eclipse now is
slower when clicking on a backtrace to jump to source
or when switching to the Debug view (list of threads)
upon hitting a breakpoint. During these pauses there
is considerable local LAN network activity between my
computer and the one hosting the repository.
I'm using Eclipse 3.1 and subclipse 0.9.32. I am
currently accessing my subversion repository on an SMB
share on OS X, using the file:// protocol from
Windows. These are the only two computers on this
Is it plausible that subclipse might be the source of
this traffic? Any guidance on how I can configure
this or a suggestion on where in the subclipse source
to look further?
Otherwise subclipse is working nicely for regular
commits and updates.
In case it is relevant: on Eclipse startup there is a
subclipse error "command line client adapter is not
available", but this has not been preventing
commits/updates, it is using the other option
(javahl). (I briefly tried to put svnClientAdapter
dlls and jars into PATH and CLASSPATH but that didn't
work on my first try.)
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Received on Mon Aug 22 07:52:05 2005