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AW: [cdt-dev] RE: Adding MakeTargets takes a long time andconsumes a huge amount of heap

>I would have guessed the problem was due to the Project Model. 
> Basically every time you add a make target, the project 
>description is being modified and saved.  As the 
>projectdescription is stored as an XML file, creating a 
>writeable description causes the entire document to be 
>duplicated.  Old versions can hang around as thread local 
>variables, during creation of project model deltas, as well as 
>by being held by different threads and static variables (e.g. 
> .
>Until this is fixed, a potential solution might be to modify 
>MakeTargetManager locally.  You could change the semantics of 
>addTarget so that MakeTargetManager holds the set of make 
>targets you're adding locally until you explicitly call 
> which would have the same effect as 
>MakeTargetManager.writeTargets.  (you'd also need to modify 
>all the places where CDT calls addTarget to also call your new 
>save method.)

This sounds reasonable. I supposed that it would be more work like I
intended to spend :-) 
Anyway, thanks for your quick and valuable response. I will investigate
how much additional effort this will be.

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