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[Subclipse-users] Calculating Decoration - why so slow?

From: Tom Walter <tom.walter_at_hitwise.com>
Date: Mon, 05 Jan 2009 16:40:41 +1100


I have a project with 10k odd files. When using 'compute deep outgoing
state' and doing any non trivial thing like switching branches or
opening a new project, the 'SVN Decoration Calculation' task seems to
never end. I am not sure if it crashes or what, but generally I get
bored and kill the eclipse process after 10 mins or so. Because also
when this task is running it prevents other user tasks from occurring.
Also occasionally it seems to run out of memory and shut down eclipse at
about 1 GB or so.

I can get around it by turning off deep outgoing state of course... but
this makes it difficult to tell the status of the project... which is a
major feature I use from subclipse.

Running a command line svn status on the project finishes in
milliseconds, so what exactly is taking all the time in eclipse?

I am on windows, the files are hosted on a linux machine that I connect
to over LAN using samba. Eclipse 3.4.1, Subclipse 1.4.7, using JavaHL.

I've tried reinstalling eclipse and subclipse from scratch, and
recreating the project, starting with eclipse - clean and all that. I
don't think it is a problem with the state of my environment. It seems
to be something that subclipse particularly doesn't like about either
the files in the project or perhaps the network setup...

Any suggestions would be appreciated.



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