|Re: Agent controller is unavailable under port 10002 [message #127855]
||Wed, 02 April 2008 22:41
| Darin Swanson
Registered: July 2009
I am not sure if any of the TPTP developers watch this newsgroup.
I have cc'd the conversation over to the TPTP group
"Eric Kolotyluk" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Felix Dorner wrote:
>> Eric Kolotyluk wrote:
>>> When will profiling an application ever "just work" in Eclipse? NetBeans
>>> so does this way better.
>> No matter how you really mean this, people here will be less helpful.
>> Hm, I never heard of a Profiler for Eclipse, but I have small ears...
>> Googlin' tells me about the "Coloror Plugin" which appears to be 3rd
>> party. Do you mean that one?
> Sorry, I've tried to use the Eclipse Profiler (TPTP) before 2 years ago
> and had exactly the same problem. It's frustrating to use something as
> good as Eclipse, yet have one important feature that is so disappointing.
> For 2 years the only reason I have run NetBeans is so I can profile my
> application because I could never get TPTP to easily work, and when I did
> get it to work is was equally disappointing.
> I complained about TPTP 2 years ago, and got some feedback from one of the
> Eclipse developers that TPTP was not as usable as they would like it to
> be. I had hoped something had changed in the 2 years since.
> TPTP comes standard with Europa. There is a Profiler button on the
> Cheers, Eric
|Re: Agent controller is unavailable under port 10002 [message #128226 is a reply to message #128213]
||Tue, 08 April 2008 15:10
Originally posted by: 4cs6fcg02.sneakemail.com|
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Eric Kolotyluk schreef:
> Asaf Yaffe wrote:
>> This forum is the correct place to ask questions about TPTP in general=
>> and about the TPTP Java Profiler.
>> Let us know if you have any specific questions or problems, and we'll =
>> do our best to help.
>> Best regards,
> Specifically, how to I actually get the profiler to run when the agent =
> controller doesn't seem to be working?
> More generally, has anyone thought about improving the user experience =
> surrounding TPTP?
That=E2=80=99s a good hint. Of course they have, but I have to say that =
experience is also very bad: install plugin, try around, give up (since=20
luckily, it turned out I didn=E2=80=99t need profiling =E2=80=93 yet). M=
aybe some other=20
My only effort right now is to watch this group and see whether a=20
solution is found which might work for me.
Ask smart questions, get good answers:
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