Mickael says that a proposal completion may take 2 seconds to compute (and is worth 5 minutes of work).
the problem that remains (or I donât see a solution for yet) is the proposal ordering. How do you order proposals from engines that may take longer? Is this deterministic (i.e., is the proposal order understandable for the end user)? Or do you just by put new proposals at the bottom as soon they arrive? I guess putting them "in betweenâ given some priority value is not what you do?
Content assist must return results quickly.
It's not like an action where you expect to get results later. Returning
a content assist result after 5 minutes is just ridiculous.DaniFrom:
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On 04/24/2017 04:57 PM, Daniel Megert wrote:Yeah, but such things don't belong into
content assist. It can be search, clean up or some other action, but not
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