"Analyzing Changes" in 3242

Anyone else noticed that 3242 spends a lot more time "Analyzing Changes" than the previous builds? Seems I am always waiting for that dialog to go away.

Todd Breiholz
Meredith Corporation

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Todd Breiholz wrote:

Anyone else noticed that 3242 spends a lot more time "Analyzing Changes" than the previous builds? Seems I am always waiting for that dialog to go away.

Todd Breiholz
Meredith Corporation


I don't know if it will help in this case, but a good 'first action' for
these kinds of EAP 'upgrade' problems is to shut down IDEA and delete
the caches in the IDEA system folder (assuming you imported your
settings from previous build). The folders to delete are: caches,
compiler, jars, and vcs. Try that and see if it helps.

--
Rob Harwood
Software Developer
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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It seems like it wouldn't be too harmful for IDEA to delete your cahces when it imports your settings.

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This is occurring in a project newly created with 3242, so there shouldn't be any stale caches.

Todd Breiholz
Meredith Corporation

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Could you please attach some thread dumps?

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Anyone else noticed that 3242 spends a lot more time "Analyzing Changes"
than the previous builds? Seems I am always waiting for that dialog to go
away.

>

Todd Breiholz
Meredith Corporation



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How about an option to do this, since it's not a rare thing to do.

Bryan Young wrote:

>It seems like it wouldn't be too harmful for IDEA to delete your cahces when it imports your settings.

>

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Here is a thread dump from when this was occurring (Note: this is in build 3245).

Todd



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