|RE: [pdt-dev] Validators problem - Ganymede/PDT 2|
Hi Ken, thank you for providing this information.
The “as you type” validation is an Eclipse Web Tools mechanism that operates on open editors of html + php content and validates against syntax.
The Dynamic Toolkit validation is provided by DLTK project and we currently doesn’t use it in PDT.
The HTML validation page specifies the rules that are checked during validation of html code.
Regarding the problem you mention, I guess we should understand which validator runs. It can be done by opening the progress view and see which one operates.
pdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pdt-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of ken
I apologize in advance if I am making a noob mistake, or if this isn't
the proper place to ask this, but I have traced down a severe performance issue
with Eclipse+PDT that seems to stem from the HTML validators constantly
validating my files. It grinds my machine to a halt, prevents other tasks from
starting (tasks that *I* actually want to run), and is just generally annoying.
I am trying to disable this functionality, and I know that it's possible
because I did so previously with my 3.3/PDT 1.x install.