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Auto-Complete takes too long [message #77618] Sat, 02 August 2008 18:33 Go to next message
Andreas is currently offline AndreasFriend
Messages: 1
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi!

I Installed the latest Nightly Build of PDT 2.0 (20080801) with Eclipse
3.4 on OS X (10.4). If I type "$" to insert a variable in a PHP script,
eclipse calculates something (probably auto-complete) and does not react
on any interaction for about half a minute. Sometimes I get the following
error message:

------------------------------------------

Problem during Content Assist

The 'org.eclipse.ui.PHPCompletitionProposalComputer' proposal computer
from the 'org.eclipse.ui' plug-in did not complete normally. The extension
took too long to return from the 'computeCompletitionProposal()' operation.

To avoid this message, disable the 'org.eclipse.php.ui' plug-in or disable
the 'Type Proposals' category on the content assist preference page.

------------------------------------------

I tried several integration builds as well as lastest nightly builds. The
problem remains the same.

Another problem is, that marking of php source code takes very long,
sometimes I have to wait many seconds before I can mark a complete line of
source code by mouse.

Currently PDT is unusable in larger projects with code completition
enabled. If I disable it in preferences its fast, but this way a loose one
of the most important benefits of PDT.

Please tell me how I can provide you with more helpful debugging
information.


best regards
Andreas
Re: Auto-Complete takes too long [message #77666 is a reply to message #77618] Sun, 03 August 2008 01:25 Go to previous message
Shawn Clark is currently offline Shawn ClarkFriend
Messages: 70
Registered: July 2009
Member
Andreas,

There has been a lot of discussion about this issue in this newsgroup as
well as bug postings about it. The developers are aware of the problem
and are working towards a resolution.

Reference: https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=240826

Best thing to do for now is to disable auto-activation and only use
content assist when you have part of the variable already typed out. The
error listed below is happening mainly when there are too many matches.

--
Shawn Clark

Andreas Korthaus wrote:
> Hi!
>
> I Installed the latest Nightly Build of PDT 2.0 (20080801) with Eclipse
> 3.4 on OS X (10.4). If I type "$" to insert a variable in a PHP script,
> eclipse calculates something (probably auto-complete) and does not react
> on any interaction for about half a minute. Sometimes I get the
> following error message:
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> Problem during Content Assist
>
> The 'org.eclipse.ui.PHPCompletitionProposalComputer' proposal computer
> from the 'org.eclipse.ui' plug-in did not complete normally. The
> extension took too long to return from the
> 'computeCompletitionProposal()' operation.
>
> To avoid this message, disable the 'org.eclipse.php.ui' plug-in or
> disable the 'Type Proposals' category on the content assist preference
> page.
>
> ------------------------------------------
>
> I tried several integration builds as well as lastest nightly builds.
> The problem remains the same.
> Another problem is, that marking of php source code takes very long,
> sometimes I have to wait many seconds before I can mark a complete line
> of source code by mouse.
>
> Currently PDT is unusable in larger projects with code completition
> enabled. If I disable it in preferences its fast, but this way a loose
> one of the most important benefits of PDT.
>
> Please tell me how I can provide you with more helpful debugging
> information.
>
>
> best regards
> Andreas
>
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