Wow -- thanks!!!

Build 3368 is a dramatic improvement for those of us with JSP files in our
projects, and those changes not even listed in the build announcement. Things
fixed that I've noticed in the first 5 minutes:

--Large numbers of JSP's no longer slow down the project pane at all.
--Mal-formed XML in JSP's no longer crashes the project pane.
--Generally, performance when viewing JSP files is much, MUCH better, especially
in really awful JSP files (lots of poorly written scriptlets).

Unfortunately, every actual changes to a JSP file that I've made has resulted
in a stack trace, but there's still been a lot of progress! :) Thanks very
much for all the fixes!

--Mike


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Agreed 100%. I work in ahout 60% of web apps and I have about 8 web app
modules in one project so the slowdown was VERY noticable before but now it
is MUCH faster.

2 JSP fixes I posted are fixed in 3369 so I know there is more JSP lovin'
coming soon!



<mkwerle_no_spam@nospam.yahoo.com> wrote in message
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Build 3368 is a dramatic improvement for those of us with JSP files in our
projects, and those changes not even listed in the build announcement.
Things fixed that I've noticed in the first 5 minutes:

>

--Large numbers of JSP's no longer slow down the project pane at all.
--Mal-formed XML in JSP's no longer crashes the project pane.
--Generally, performance when viewing JSP files is much, MUCH better,
especially in really awful JSP files (lots of poorly written scriptlets).

>

Unfortunately, every actual changes to a JSP file that I've made has
resulted in a stack trace, but there's still been a lot of progress! :)
Thanks very much for all the fixes!

>

--Mike

>



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