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memory consumption [message #1742771] Wed, 07 September 2016 13:59 Go to next message
Denys Khanzhyiev is currently offline Denys KhanzhyievFriend
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Registered: September 2016
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Is there anyway to reduce amount of memory eaten by AJDT after build?

I have situations when I have 15-20 projects in Eclipse Workspace and most of them are AJDT projects.
And then I have 1050Mb of memory eaten by some AJDT stuff.
And it is with
-Xset:minimalModel=true,typeDemotion=true
otherwise it will be around 1500Mb.
Maybe there is a way to switch off cross references view and throw away all information associated with it. I can live without cross references.


Re: memory consumption [message #1772018 is a reply to message #1742771] Mon, 04 September 2017 07:02 Go to previous message
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You could go to "Help" -> "Installation Details" and on the "Installed software" tab locate "Cross References tool (XRef)". Then you could try uninstalling it and see what happens. Maybe the XRef tool is the culprit, maybe just the weaving step during compilation is, depending on how many classes you have and how broadly you apply AspectJ to your code base.
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