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[Subclipse-users] Working With Large Projects

From: Marvin D. Toll <MarvinToll_at_gtcGroup.com>
Date: 2006-09-28 11:09:19 CEST

I'm trying to be somewhat methodical (now) regarding working with large
projects and performance.

It appears I'll be able to switch back and forth between Subclipse and
Subversive and benchmark specific operations.


By the way, grabbed updates from "The Eclipse Projects Update Site" this
evening and am noticing a marked difference in memory reporting (and/or
memory management). Using both Subclipse and Subversive the relationship
between heap reporting from within Eclipse and the (Windows) TaskManager
(including "VM Size") appears to be much more in synchronization and
believable. Or, there really was a significant memory leak in Eclipse
(servicing the plugin architecture?) that has been resolved???

Anyone else notice this?

More to come,

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Received on Thu Sep 28 11:09:30 2006

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