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Re: [Subclipse-users] Help needed: Workspace builds 'forever'

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-05-23 15:40:58 CEST

Folke Lemaitre <folke@landc.be> wrote on 05/23/2006 09:27:25 AM:

> I have something similar.
> My src directory contains about 13000 java source files and rebuilding
> it takes about 15 minutes. What I've noticed is that after I perform an
> update on the top-level directory, a complete rebuild occurs.
> Is it possible that subclipse marks all files below the directory
> selected for the update as dirty instead of only those files that were
> updated?
> The reason I think this is the problem is that an external "svn up"
> followed by an eclipse "refresh" takes less time to complete...

Subclipse does not mark all of the files dirty. I also think if you were
to look at the generated .class files you would see that the right files
were rebuilt. The issue is that the svn up likely triggered a Subclipse
status crawl and the build process is waiting for it to complete. So the
time is really being taken by Subclipse's updating of status information,
not the actual build.


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