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Re: [Subclipse-users] infinite loop during disconnect with mylyn

From: Scott Cytacki <scytacki_at_fastmail.fm>
Date: Mon, 07 Jul 2008 10:59:58 -0400

This probably won't get through to mylar-dev since I'm not subscribed.

I'm using mylyn 3.0.
I did have an active task. With no active task the original project
disconnects quickly.
With a small project and an active task it disconnects fine.

So it looks like it is the known issue you referred to.

Thanks, I'll just make sure I don't have active tasks when
disconnecting projects.

I'd like to file a bug so this is recorded and maybe fixed one day.
Should I file a bug in mylyn or sublclipse?

If anyone wants to see this behavior, the project I was disconnecting is
on sourceforge so you can try it yourself:

It has a very large number of files, because it has 4 versions of the
entire xulrunner (which is most of firefox) source checked in.

Thanks again,

Mark Phippard wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 7, 2008 at 10:16 AM, Eugene Kuleshov <eu_at_md.pp.ru> wrote:
>> Can you please clarify if Mylyn task is active while you disconnecting the
>> project? Is it also goes into that state when there is no active Mylyn task?
>> Does it also never ends if you disconnect very small project? Also, what
>> Mylyn version you are using?
>> I think it is a known issue that Mylyn resource monitor slows down things a
>> lot when it comes to massive resource changes, such as project creation,
>> deletion or version control system operations, but Mylyn developers may have
>> more comments on that. So I've CC'ed mylar-dev mailing list.
> Can you also specify the version of Mylyn you are running? I am
> assuming Mylyn 3.0. but there is also a 2.3 version that works with
> Eclipse 3.4.

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