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Re: [Subclipse-users] Switch Times

From: Johnathan Gifford <jgifford_at_wernervas.com>
Date: 2006-03-24 23:43:34 CET

Yep, that seemed to do the trick. Thanks!

On 3/24/06 3:43 PM, "DM Smith" <dmsmith555@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Johnathan Gifford wrote:
>> A few Windows users here where I work are complaining that take more
>> then 5 minutes to perform a switch. But the Mac users stomp the
>> Windows users in switching. The Windows users say their average switch
>> time is 10 minutes and the Mac users are about 1 to 2 minutes
>> (depending upon processor type G4 v. G5). They all get the same source
>> code but the project does have a huge amount of files and directories.
>>
>> The Windows machines have plenty of processor and memory (1GB). They
>> are laptops, but even the Mac laptops still stomp them. Wešve tested
>> the project by doing switches through the command line on various
>> platforms with no performance issues. So our guess is that has
>> something to with either Eclipse or Subclipse. Any ideas?
> Perhaps it is a problem with Window's fast indexing. You could try
> turning that off. I have found that it tries to index every file as it
> is changed on the box. To turn it off, right click on the drive in
> Window's explorer and then uncheck the box that pertains to indexing.
> Then say yes and wait. There may be other ways to do it. I think it is
> possible to do this on a directory and its descendant folders, but I
> have never bothered to find it.
>
>
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