Really good initiative.
But on a very new Windows 8.1 64 bit machine with minimal running
applications, even the Error Log view triggers the 0.5 second
threshold. The log fills at a rate of about 10 entries per minute.
Many logged delays are in the 5 to 10 second range, suggesting that
my Eclipse should be glutinous, but it feels fairly normal.
Is this tool ready for use yet?
The original Bugzilla has some discussion on a UI and preferences,
but I can't see any preferences. Am I blind (again)?
Once a Bugzilla has been logged against some suspected offender, it
would be nice to be able to filter further logs from that offender.
On 02/09/2014 11:09, Lars Vogel wrote:
Sometimes the Eclipse IDE freezes without providing
feedback which part of the code is responsible for the freeze.
Such freezes should be avoided, but it is often hard to
determine the cause of the freeze.
Platform.ui received a code contribution in https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=441015
report such UI delays into the Error View. In its default
configuration it report delays > 500 ms and adds a stack
trace of the currently running code to the log entry.
Best regards, Lars
P.S. I have not yet tried it if the interactive error
reporting from Marcel but as UI delays are also reported to
the Error log, Marcels plug-in should also report it.
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