|Re: [Xtext 2.2] Is there a centralized place where I can turn off scope resolution for certain files [message #793655 is a reply to message #793618]
||Wed, 08 February 2012 11:52
| Sebastian Zarnekow
Registered: July 2009
you could disable proxy resolution in the validator. See
I won't disable scoping since it is actually triggered on demand (the
validator will resolve all proxies). Having navigation in place is still
handy for bigger files.
If other components rely on resolved proxies (e.g. outline or semantic
coloring), you could guard those as well.
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Am 08.02.12 11:55, schrieb Alex Ruiz:
> Xtext performance has been and continues to be great. We currently have
> a use case in the protocol buffer editor where a project has a 16k+
> lines! (yikes!)...When building a project that contains this file, scope
> resolution can take a few minutes, even with caching.
> We are thinking about adding something like a filter based on file size,
> similar to what CDT has. CDT's index can ignore files of certain size,
> in MB (the size is configurable via a preference page.) I looked at
> Xtext code to see where IScopeProvider is used...and it is used in many,
> many places.
> Is there a centralized place where I can stop scope resolution after
> checking the size of a file?
> Many thanks in advance,
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