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RE: [pdt-dev] PDT is rebuilding projects at startup: bug or feature?
- From: "Guy Gurfinkel" <guy.g@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2007 18:15:47 +0300
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- Thread-topic: [pdt-dev] PDT is rebuilding projects at startup: bug or feature?
PDT does cache the data and load every launch, rebuilding the projects
every launch is our way to do it, we have improved that process in the
last few days and we are currently looking for a better way to load the
cache without using the build mechanism. Any ideas for it are welcome.
Thank you for your feedback
Team Leader, Development Tools
From: pdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Joe Kramer
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2007 8:41 AM
To: PDT Developers
Subject: [pdt-dev] PDT is rebuilding projects at startup: bug or
Since 0.7 releases early this year PHPDT picked up new bad habit: when
Eclipse is restated all PHP projects are being rebuilt. "Progress"
window show "Building php projects" status with "compiling xxxxxx.php"
sub-status, going over each php file.
This seem not to be happening with PHPDT 0.6 or previous versions, but
Im not completely sure of that.
Observed with Eclipse 3.2 and 3.3.
Seems like PHPDT is losing the build status after Eclipse is restarted.
For contrast, Eclipse Java development tools and even Phpeclipse don't
rebuild projects when you restart Eclipse, compiled status is kept
somewhere in cache.
I have 5 PHP projects in workspace, 3 of them have full Zend Framework
and about 15 Pear packages. When I restart Eclipse it builds for about
15-20 minutes. During building Eclipse is unusable and I just have to
wait for it to finish. (2GHz core duo/2GB RAM)
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