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

From: Tom Walter <tom.walter_at_hitwise.com>
Date: Fri, 09 Jan 2009 10:24:39 +1100

I'm not a Java coder so I don't think my skills are up to
patching/compiling and testing that out.

If it's unlikely to make a difference, then it sounds like a waste of
effort anyway.

Just something to add to the wishlist I guess... full project refreshes
are slow for some people so a way to avoid that would be good.

> It would not be difficult to only update the .svn folders but I would
> be skeptical it would make that big of an improvement. We'd still
> have to walk the tree and discover each of these folders and then
> issue the Eclipse API to refresh each of these. It is conceivable
> that the process of walking the tree could trigger Eclipse to see it
> is out of date and refresh anyway, we have certainly run into cases
> like that in the past with certain Eclipse API calls.
> Unfortunately, there are no easy ways to test what kind of difference
> it would make. If you want to setup an environment where you have
> Subclipse checked out and run and test it in an Eclipse runtime, I
> could send you patches to try and see what kind of difference it
> makes.


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