|Re: Deactivating Java annotation indexing [message #535030 is a reply to message #534745]
||Fri, 21 May 2010 06:43
| Walter Harley
Registered: July 2009
"Thomas Wiedmann" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message |
> while building the workspace for some time "Java annotation indexing" is
> displayed right below in the status bar.
> What triggers this task?
> What is the purpose of this task?
> How can it be deactivated? It delays the build process.
I am not sure what "Java annotation indexing" is. Since your email address
ends in .de I am wondering if perhaps there is a translation issue (maybe at
Eclipse's end, maybe at yours?). One possibility is that you might be
talking about Java annotation processing. In that case: Java annotation
processors are third-party components that fit into the compilation process.
They are driven by Java annotations, and can generate additional classes
and/or perform error checking. Typical applications are for web services,
database persistence, and the like. If you go into Project -> Properties ->
Java -> Annotation Processing, you can disable annotation processing for a
project. Depending on the processors that you are using, disabling
processing may cause some types or files to be missing, or it may cause
error messages to not appear until runtime.
If what you're talking about has nothing to do with annotation processing,
then I apologize; I have never seen the message "Java annotation indexing".
Do you have any third-party plugins installed?
What version of Eclipse are you using?
What Eclipse package did you install? (Classic, J2EE, ... ?)
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