|Re: DLTK indexing annoyance in Zend 7.3 [message #547219 is a reply to message #547213]
||Fri, 16 July 2010 02:02
| Alex Panchenko
Registered: July 2009
Zend Studio is based on PDT. And PDT uses DLTK.
This indexing is not implemented by DLTK only, both projects take part in it. The storage and control is provided by DLTK and PHP specific indexing is implemented by PDT. The indexes are used in open type/method, search, auto completion, etc. It wasn't designed to be easily disabled as without it you can't use a lot of IDE functions. So, it should be there, but it should work "invisible", so you don't know if it happens. As I remember there were some improvements in the indexing performed during last year.
Unfortunately, I am not sure what PDT/DLTK versions are included in particular Zend Studio releases. And anyway, the best place to ask for help is actually Zend support. Or you can post questions in PDT forums if the problem can be reproduced in pure PDT installation.
If I understand correctly, the only way to resolve those issues is using java profiler to check what operations take most time and if they can be optimized, optimizing when possible, redesigning when it's not possible, etc. Most probably your files would be helpful for the profiling as I believe simple scripts are processed fine.
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