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Re: [Subclipse-users] 100% CPU in Eclipse - seems due to Subclipse with overlapping projects

From: Alan Kent <ALAN.J.KENT_at_saic.com>
Date: 2007-06-26 02:24:31 CEST

Ooops! (blush) Just realized this was the subclipse list! I had asked
something on a different list and got confused, so my previous mail
might have seemed a bit "third person" or something.

It was you who pointed out to me (on THIS list) that there was an
existing problem reported - and yes, it is the same problem as bug 511
as you said. We have been using subclipse happily for quite some time.
But lack of overlapping project support means we may be forced to move
to Subversive. If its going to be fixed then great. I am doing the
preliminary investigation to upgrade the recommended set of tools and
development practices to use within the group here. So I am doing
investigation at this stage. We previously picked Subclipse over
Subversive and have been happy with it. Its only the overlapping
project issue for doing Maven multi module projects well that is causing
us to look elsewhere.


PS: The reason I have not subscribed to the list is the "how to report a
problem" page said to mail to this address first before submitting an
problem. I had searched the bugs database, but did not find item 511 in
my travels. So I won't submit a new item - I have exactly the same
issue as 511. So I am happy that I know the answer. I will give the
Eclipse 3.3 rc a go - I did not realise it was available. Since we are
looking to upgrade the group, we will probably wait for the final 3.3
release and move directly to that.

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