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From "Christian Lenz (Jira)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (NETBEANS-2940) Excessive CPU Usage during HTML/PHP project parsing.
Date Fri, 23 Aug 2019 07:48:00 GMT


Christian Lenz commented on NETBEANS-2940:

> Foreced my self to switch to PhpStorm. It hasn't such issues with indexing project at
all. Sorry, folks
what a shame :( but it is as it is. Only one thing to say, you try to compare PHPStorm (One
Distro) with full Apache NetBeans. Can you please try IntelliJ instead? Because this would
be more comparable. It is the full version which has everything inside, as Apache NetBeans
has. If there is no problem then there is smth different wrong.

> If I am used your sugestion so I am already switched to PHPStorm. For me, killer feature
of Netbeans is ability to work with many different projects at the same time. It is wery useful
for me.
Have you ever used the PHP/HTML distro of NetBeans 8.2? I guess not, you already said it,
you used the full version right? So there is nothing to fix in the PHP/HTML version, because
you never tried it (In 8.2).

> Would be good to give it another try once we have a HTML/JS specific distro of Apache
NetBeans. Until now you’ve been comparing the full Apache NetBeans with the small 8.2 HTML/JS
Honestly and only IMHO, what should that bring? The PHP/HTML distro is not different from
the PHP/HTML modules, that you use inside of your Full IDE. So why should it make a difference?
And as he said, me and some others, we use NetBeans full because of that multi, independent,
project. Doesn't matter you have 2 or 20. We use it for HTML, PHP, Java, Maven, C/C++ and
and and, in parallel.

So if there is really a difference between PHP/HTML distro and the full one (I mean in performance
and not that nothing related to PHP/HTML is in there), there must be a problem of the full
IDE with multi, mixed project types while indexing/openeing/parsing, etc. and this needs to
be fixed anyway. Otherwise a full IDE doesn't make sense, if it is broken somehow and the
only workaround is to switching to a different distro which fixes your needs. This might work
for some people, but not for all. 

> Excessive CPU Usage during HTML/PHP project parsing.
> ----------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: NETBEANS-2940
>                 URL:
>             Project: NetBeans
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: javascript - Editor
>    Affects Versions: 10.0, 11.1
>            Reporter: E Dementiev
>            Assignee: Laszlo Kishalmi
>            Priority: Major
>              Labels: performance, pull-request-available
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>          Time Spent: 10m
>  Remaining Estimate: 0h
> Very often Netbeans would start consuming high CPU resources for the job of Checking
for external changes, which sits in suspended status. If you click on the cross and manually
cancel that job, the CPU will keep being consumed.
> The only way to stop this is to completely close Netbeans. Upon closing, it will say
that it is still checking for external changes.

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