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PDT 2.0 performance issues (bug #240826) [message #79682] Sun, 07 September 2008 12:23 Go to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: michael.zend.com

Hi All,

I'm appealing to the people that experience performance issues in PDT 2.0
(see bug #240826), especially when working in PHP editor.
I'm looking for a real PHP application available for download that can be
used for reproduction of this bug. Some comments in this bug
page say that this problem persists in projects with more than 5000 PHP
files. I've tried to achieve such a project using replication of
Drupal framework 120 times within same project (which produces about 8000
PHP files), but this test does not appear to be objective enough,
since every function, classs and method ends up being declared in multiple
files, and this produces some kind of bottle-neck while looking
for PHP elements matches.

Does anybody experience this bug on some open source PHP framework that
contains many PHP files?

Solving performance problem is crucial for PDT 2.0 users at this point, so
let's do it ASAP!

Thanks!
Re: PDT 2.0 performance issues (bug #240826) [message #79697 is a reply to message #79682] Mon, 08 September 2008 09:50 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: kkunjas.gmail.com

Na Sun, 07 Sep 2008 15:23:08 +0300, Michael Spector napisao:

> Hi All,
>
> I'm appealing to the people that experience performance issues in PDT
cut
>
> Does anybody experience this bug on some open source PHP framework that
> contains many PHP files?
>

i have those issues. i mainly work with symfony ( symfony-project.org )


kreso@deressh:~/workspace/uber$ ls -1 -R |wc -l
5091
kreso@deressh:~/workspace/uber$ ls -1 -R /usr/share/php/symfony/ |wc -l
2627
kreso@deressh:~/workspace/uber$ ls -1 -R /usr/share/php/data/symfony/ |wc -
l
186


this is a project i'm currently working and it has around 8000 files
( some of those are resources, but mostly are php files )

symfony framework is listed as include path


when using auto activation of code completition it takes around 10 sec
(cpu usage goes to 100% and disk activity is increased also ) to get any
response from editor (so i turned autoactivation off).

when completing already started phrase it works ok ( some little delay but
it's bearable 0.5-1 sec)

im using latest dltk and pdt build with eclipse 3.4 on 1.6 java OS: ubuntu
8.04


if you need some additional info, just ask
Re: PDT 2.0 performance issues (bug #240826) [message #79712 is a reply to message #79697] Mon, 08 September 2008 18:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: codeslave.ca.ibm.com

Please post your feedback in Bugzilla (#240826) so that the devs can
track (and be accountable to) these problems.

Krešo Kunjas wrote:
> Na Sun, 07 Sep 2008 15:23:08 +0300, Michael Spector napisao:
>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I'm appealing to the people that experience performance issues in PDT
> cut
>> Does anybody experience this bug on some open source PHP framework that
>> contains many PHP files?
>>
>
> i have those issues. i mainly work with symfony ( symfony-project.org )
>
>
> kreso@deressh:~/workspace/uber$ ls -1 -R |wc -l
> 5091
> kreso@deressh:~/workspace/uber$ ls -1 -R /usr/share/php/symfony/ |wc -l
> 2627
> kreso@deressh:~/workspace/uber$ ls -1 -R /usr/share/php/data/symfony/ |wc -
> l
> 186
>
>
> this is a project i'm currently working and it has around 8000 files
> ( some of those are resources, but mostly are php files )
>
> symfony framework is listed as include path
>
>
> when using auto activation of code completition it takes around 10 sec
> (cpu usage goes to 100% and disk activity is increased also ) to get any
> response from editor (so i turned autoactivation off).
>
> when completing already started phrase it works ok ( some little delay but
> it's bearable 0.5-1 sec)
>
> im using latest dltk and pdt build with eclipse 3.4 on 1.6 java OS: ubuntu
> 8.04
>
>
> if you need some additional info, just ask
>
Re: PDT 2.0 performance issues (bug #240826) [message #79742 is a reply to message #79682] Tue, 09 September 2008 13:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: michael.zend.com

Hi All,

There is new hightly build, which has many improvements regarding this
issue:
http://download.eclipse.org/tools/pdt/downloads/release.php? release=N20080909

I encourage anybody who encounters this bug to use this update.
Please report your feedbacks to: http://bugs.eclipse.org/240826.

Thanks!

"Michael Spector" <michael@zend.com> wrote in message
news:ga0h17$ieq$1@build.eclipse.org...
>
> Hi All,
>
> I'm appealing to the people that experience performance issues in PDT 2.0
> (see bug #240826), especially when working in PHP editor.
> I'm looking for a real PHP application available for download that can be
> used for reproduction of this bug. Some comments in this bug
> page say that this problem persists in projects with more than 5000 PHP
> files. I've tried to achieve such a project using replication of
> Drupal framework 120 times within same project (which produces about 8000
> PHP files), but this test does not appear to be objective enough,
> since every function, classs and method ends up being declared in multiple
> files, and this produces some kind of bottle-neck while looking
> for PHP elements matches.
>
> Does anybody experience this bug on some open source PHP framework that
> contains many PHP files?
>
> Solving performance problem is crucial for PDT 2.0 users at this point, so
> let's do it ASAP!
>
> Thanks!
>
>
Re: PDT 2.0 performance issues (bug #240826) [message #80606 is a reply to message #79742] Wed, 24 September 2008 14:43 Go to previous message
Marko Karjalainen is currently offline Marko KarjalainenFriend
Messages: 30
Registered: July 2009
Member
Hi there,

I tested some file editing with I20080917 yesterday on my project and it seems to work.

Project explorer and Php explorer is still unusable, when open folders or right click folder.




On 9.9.2008 16:14, Michael Spector wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> There is new hightly build, which has many improvements regarding this
> issue:
> http://download.eclipse.org/tools/pdt/downloads/release.php? release=N20080909
>
>
> I encourage anybody who encounters this bug to use this update.
> Please report your feedbacks to: http://bugs.eclipse.org/240826.
>
> Thanks!
>
> "Michael Spector" <michael@zend.com> wrote in message
> news:ga0h17$ieq$1@build.eclipse.org...
>>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I'm appealing to the people that experience performance issues in PDT
>> 2.0 (see bug #240826), especially when working in PHP editor.
>> I'm looking for a real PHP application available for download that can
>> be used for reproduction of this bug. Some comments in this bug
>> page say that this problem persists in projects with more than 5000
>> PHP files. I've tried to achieve such a project using replication of
>> Drupal framework 120 times within same project (which produces about
>> 8000 PHP files), but this test does not appear to be objective enough,
>> since every function, classs and method ends up being declared in
>> multiple files, and this produces some kind of bottle-neck while looking
>> for PHP elements matches.
>>
>> Does anybody experience this bug on some open source PHP framework
>> that contains many PHP files?
>>
>> Solving performance problem is crucial for PDT 2.0 users at this
>> point, so let's do it ASAP!
>>
>> Thanks!
>>
>>
>
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