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Re: Subclipse LAN traffic during debugging?

From: David Barron <dwb_va_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-08-25 17:41:30 CEST

> > 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?
> I would see if you have the SVN Resource History
> view open and with the
> option to "Link to Editor" activated. If so, then
> when debugging you are
> opening editors, which would cause the view to
> refresh.

Thanks for the suggestion. To review, the traffic in
question is repository-access network traffic when
landing on a breakpoint or clicking on a source line
number in a backtrace (causing a noticable pause). My
working copy is local; I am using the file:// protocol
to my remote repository. (Meanwhile commit/update
work fairly briskly.)

Unfortunately this wasn't the issue -- this view was
not open, and when I opened it temporarily the
indicated option wasn't enabled (I then closed the
view again). Any other suggestions? Would it be
helpful for me to capture some sample traffic?


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