I'm encountering performance issues when compiling and editing.
Changing a single source file and compiling (via make) takes around 5 - 10 seconds (depends on the file modified).
Can't fsc be used to dramatically improve this?
I'm writing a parser using Scala's parser combinators. Editing this file in particular is horrible. Modifying a single character causes a CPU spike while the analysis runs, often causing delays in the editing session (e.g. cursor response lags, or typed characters don't appear).
Are there any optional elements of the analysis that can be turned off to improve the editing experience?
In general, I love the plugin, it's great work. However, I'd much prefer there to be a freeze on additional features until the performance is improved.
- Java version "1.6.0_07"
- IDEA: IC# 90.96
- Plugin: 0.3.32
- OS X 10.5.6
- Core 2 Duo 2.4GHz
- Heap: 512M