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Re: [Subclipse-users] Preformances problem running with linux.

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-05-05 15:07:12 CEST

Benoit Heinrich <benoit.heinrich@swisscom-eurospot.com> wrote on
05/05/2006 05:51:34 AM:

> I'm running Eclipse 3.1.1 with Subeclipse 1.0.1 and I have a lot of
> performances issues. Each time I do right click in the Project file
> Naviguator, it takes like 30 seconds to popup the contextual menu and
> during this time my CPU runs at 100%.
> I've a colleague which is running same eclipse and subeclipse versions
> as me but he is using windows XP and he doesn't have any problems.
> I also noticed that my colleague has a lot of icons for each different
> states of a file, but I've nothing, only the default File icon (like if
> there is no team versioning setup).
> I tried to restart Eclipse many times but it changes nothing, I always
> have the same problems.

You are most likely using the JavaSVN adapter. Try obtaining the JavaHL
library and using that. There have been reports of performance problems
on Linux when using JavaSVN due to some code it has in place for determing
symlinks. There is also some property you can set that will turn this off
in JavaSVN. Alex will likely step in with that information.


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