aurora feedback - a bad one

hi !

open project - optimize system performance takes 30-120 seconds.

close project - takes about 30 seconds.

memory usage about : 130 M

cach on disk : about 170 M

i have a statfull sesion bean that every variable in it marked as " is never used " - i compile again , close and open the ide , but it stays that way.

i will give this version a try for one or two days more ,

i hope all i mentioned above are bug that will be fixed
in the very near future ,
if not i prefer the 696 version better

(dosnt make any sence that i need 300M disk space for the cach , about 200M ram only for this ide , and wait about 1-2 min. each time i close and open projects. )


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hi !

open project - optimize system performance takes
30-120 seconds.

close project - takes about 30 seconds.

memory usage about : 130 M

cach on disk : about 170 M

It's the first EAP for Aurora. They surely have tons of debugging code in it. Performance and memory tunning normally is done in the last phase as in the XP maxim "Make it run, make it right, make it fast".


i have a statfull sesion bean that every variable in
it marked as " is never used " - i compile again ,
close and open the ide , but it stays that way.

Post this in the Tracker and try to be as specific as possible to give them a chance to fix it.

if not i prefer the 696 version better

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No one says that an EAP is for every day use although we ty to use it that way to find all the bugs and other things we don't like.
EAP is for hard core IDEA fans who have fun in testing new features and in seeing how IDEA grows.
If you don't want to be a beta-tester, don't be one, take IDEA 3.0.

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i am working on a "real" project , with more than 2000 classes .

i dont mind testing this ide , ( i think intellij is the best IDE there is available )
as long i can work ...

i dont do it for fun with a 10 classes project ....

if they want to test there ide on big projects they have to make it usable .

so i guess you right , i am going back to 3.0.2 ..

when "aurora" will be usable for real projects and not
"hard core fun" i'll try using it.

have fun with your "hard core" tests

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i am working on a "real" project , with more than
2000 classes .

i dont mind testing this ide , ( i think intellij is
the best IDE there is available )
as long i can work ...

i dont do it for fun with a 10 classes project ....

Now you are gettin offensive.
I get a prickle on my fingers to retort this, but since I'm not after a flame war here about who has the bigger, more "real" or serious project, I'll cut this off here.

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On Sun, 09 Mar 2003 13:24:18 +0000, talush wrote:

when "aurora" will be usable for real projects and not "hard core fun"
i'll try using it.


I guess we'll never know when its usable for projects your size if you
give up testing it. 802 is the first Aurora build, I expect things to get
better, and soon.

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You are stupid, I'm sorry for you. Its hard to believe your actually a developer when you have no concept of what the first release of an EAP or non prod build is.

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the above message is for Talush:

i am working on a "real" project , with more than 2000 classes .

i dont mind testing this ide , ( i think intellij is the best IDE there is available )
as long i can work ...

i dont do it for fun with a 10 classes project ....

if they want to test there ide on big projects they have to make it usable .

so i guess you right , i am going back to 3.0.2 ..

when "aurora" will be usable for real projects and not
"hard core fun" i'll try using it.

have fun with your "hard core" tests

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