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Re: [Subclipse-users] Summary of recent Subclipse Performance Improvements

From: Dan Falconer <dan_at_avsupport.com>
Date: 2006-08-09 19:06:58 CEST

On Tuesday 08 August 2006 2:02 pm, Mark Phippard wrote:
> The last couple of release of Subclipse in the 1.1.x series have included
> some performance tweaks. [SNIP] Anyway, it would be good to receive some
validation that
> these changes are making a difference that you can see in the real world.
> Thanks
> Mark

        Before I give my thoughts, quick disclaimer: I just upgraded to Callisto
(Eclipse 3.2) today, along with the newest version of Subclipse (1.1.5). I
haven't used anything in the 1.1.x series prior to this.

        That said, the performance of Callisto & Subclipse 1.1.5 is exceptionally
faster than Eclipse 3.1.1 with Eclipse 1.0.3. The startup is awesome: In the
old version, there must've been some sort of status crawl or something,
because whenever I opened the navigator (I've got everything in a single
perspective, and nearly everything except the file editor set as fast view),
it seemed to take 10-30 seconds before it would show the files. No such
problems now. The synchronize view, which I use all the time, is
phenomenally fast as compared to the old one.

        I'm very new to Callisto, but I figure you might be interested in my first
impression. Overall: ABSOLUTELY PHENOMENAL. I've got a project that has an
externals link to a project on Sourceforge.net, and it used to be fairly
painful to run a project-level update: now it's barely noticeable. Kudos.

Best Regards,
Dan Falconer
"Head Geek",
AvSupport, Inc. (http://www.partslogistics.com)
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