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Re: Disabling "Building workspace" [message #62067] Wed, 05 December 2007 14:47 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: eclipse-news.rizzoweb.com

James Mohr wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I downloaded and installed pdt-all-in-one-1.0-R20070917. I created a PHP
> project which includes all of the files from a PHPNuke install, including
> all of the files for my own module. There are about 3500 PHP files, most of
> which never change. Sometimes when I save a file even doing something
> simple as adding a comment. I get a popup saying "Building workspace" and
> Eclipse is essentially dead for 10-15 minutes. It seems illogical that
> adding a comment and saving the file would force Eclipse to want to rebuild
> anything. Even so, I should be able to tell it not to when I make such a
> minor change. Having to wait so long simply to save file, makes the product
> essentially useable. Any help is appreciated.

That sounds like something wrong in PDT - I suggest you ask on the pdt
newsgroup, which I've copied to this response.

Eric
Re: Disabling "Building workspace" [message #62090 is a reply to message #62067] Wed, 05 December 2007 15:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: seva-eclipse.zend.com

There is such a bug in Eclipse BugZilla. The issue will be probably solved for next major release.

On Wed, 05 Dec 2007 09:47:56 -0500 Eric Rizzo <eclipse-news@rizzoweb.com> wrote:

ER> James Mohr wrote:
ER> > Hello,
ER> >
ER> > I downloaded and installed pdt-all-in-one-1.0-R20070917. I created a PHP
ER> > project which includes all of the files from a PHPNuke install, including
ER> > all of the files for my own module. There are about 3500 PHP files, most of
ER> > which never change. Sometimes when I save a file even doing something
ER> > simple as adding a comment. I get a popup saying "Building workspace" and
ER> > Eclipse is essentially dead for 10-15 minutes. It seems illogical that
ER> > adding a comment and saving the file would force Eclipse to want to rebuild
ER> > anything. Even so, I should be able to tell it not to when I make such a
ER> > minor change. Having to wait so long simply to save file, makes the product
ER> > essentially useable. Any help is appreciated.
ER>
ER> That sounds like something wrong in PDT - I suggest you ask on the pdt
ER> newsgroup, which I've copied to this response.
ER>
ER> Eric

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Seva Lapsha
[slapsha@dev.eclipse.org]
Zend Eclipse Developer
Re: Disabling "Building workspace" [message #62138 is a reply to message #62090] Wed, 05 December 2007 20:47 Go to previous message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: news_post.jimmo.com

Seva Lapsha wrote:

> There is such a bug in Eclipse BugZilla. The issue will be probably solved
> for next major release.
>
> On Wed, 05 Dec 2007 09:47:56 -0500 Eric Rizzo <eclipse-news@rizzoweb.com>
> wrote:
>
> ER> James Mohr wrote:
> ER> > Hello,
> ER> >
> ER> > I downloaded and installed pdt-all-in-one-1.0-R20070917. I created a
> PHP ER> > project which includes all of the files from a PHPNuke install,
> including ER> > all of the files for my own module. There are about 3500
> PHP files, most of ER> > which never change. Sometimes when I save a file
> even doing something ER> > simple as adding a comment. I get a popup
> saying "Building workspace" and ER> > Eclipse is essentially dead for
> 10-15 minutes. It seems illogical that ER> > adding a comment and saving
> the file would force Eclipse to want to rebuild ER> > anything. Even so, I
> should be able to tell it not to when I make such a ER> > minor change.
> Having to wait so long simply to save file, makes the product ER> >
> essentially useable. Any help is appreciated. ER>
> ER> That sounds like something wrong in PDT - I suggest you ask on the pdt
> ER> newsgroup, which I've copied to this response.
> ER>
> ER> Eric
>

Thank you both for the information.
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