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From Csaba Galyó <gcsa...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Ivy plugin slows down Eclipse
Date Mon, 19 Nov 2012 18:55:13 GMT
The files are checked out to my C: drive.


On 19 November 2012 19:52, Not Zippy <notzippy@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
>
> Are the projects opened on a network drive or a local drive ?
>
> Nz
>
>
> On Mon, Nov 19, 2012 at 10:47 AM, Csaba Galyó <gcsaba2@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> In our project we use Ivy and the Ivy plugin for Eclipse. The project
>> is rather large and is made out of ~15 separate subprojects, but they
>> are all interdependent.
>>
>> What happens now is that when I open a Java or text file anywhere,
>> type space or anything at all, and then press Save, I have to wait
>> sometimes up to a minute, and sometimes half an hour (and sometimes
>> Eclipse just runs out of memory and crashes). This is obviously not
>> acceptable for development, so I was wondering if anyone has any ideas
>> what may be wrong, or any tips how to improve performance.
>>
>> The projects are interdependent, as I said. However, at one time I
>> would be working on only one project. Perhaps the problem would be
>> solved if I closed all the other projects, but if I do that then the
>> dependencies will be broken and the other 14 projects won't build. I
>> used to work with Maven and I remember that it worked just fine when I
>> closed a related project. This is probably because there was a local
>> repository that was independent of Eclipse, so that the JAR files
>> could be referenced even without Eclipse running. For some reason, Ivy
>> seems to depend on Eclipse for providing the dependencies, and the
>> dependencies stop working when one or more projects are closed.
>>
>> Thanks for the help in advance!
>> Csaba
>>

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