disabling the funky new jsp support?

Short of deleting/removing the JSP plugin, is there a way to easily
disable all the funky new JSP support?

Whilst I'll be missing out on some things, I think for now, less
exceptions might make other things easier...

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Going back to an earlier version might work? :-p

Short of deleting/removing the JSP plugin, is there a way to easily
disable all the funky new JSP support?

Whilst I'll be missing out on some things, I think for now, less
exceptions might make other things easier...



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? unregistering the "jsp" extension.

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? unregistering the "jsp" extension.


Actually, that works pretty well. Have to make them text files, but at least you can edit them without anything blowing up.

Thank you.

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Yeah, I've noticed you can't even use the EAP to edit JSPs at all. The whole
thing blows up.

Has anyone noticed how a lot of times when you open files and the
inspections start to run, the IntelliJ shoots up to 100% cpu for quite a bit
of time and even my mouse seems to slow down a little. Just opening a Java
file, and especially a JSP, really pegs my CPU for quite a bit and I have an
Athlon 3800+ which I'd think would be more than enough power to parse a
class file.

--Grant


"Mark Derricutt" <mark@talios.com> wrote in message
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Short of deleting/removing the JSP plugin, is there a way to easily
disable all the funky new JSP support?

>

Whilst I'll be missing out on some things, I think for now, less
exceptions might make other things easier...



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I created a Jira issue. It takes 25 percent of my Dual Xeon 2.8 + HT -
way too much.

Grant Gochnauer wrote:

>Yeah, I've noticed you can't even use the EAP to edit JSPs at all. The whole
>thing blows up.
>
>Has anyone noticed how a lot of times when you open files and the
>inspections start to run, the IntelliJ shoots up to 100% cpu for quite a bit
>of time and even my mouse seems to slow down a little. Just opening a Java
>file, and especially a JSP, really pegs my CPU for quite a bit and I have an
>Athlon 3800+ which I'd think would be more than enough power to parse a
>class file.
>
>--Grant
>
>
>"Mark Derricutt" <mark@talios.com> wrote in message
>news:d6c0o6$jkq$2@is.intellij.net...

>
>>Short of deleting/removing the JSP plugin, is there a way to easily
>>disable all the funky new JSP support?
>>
>>Whilst I'll be missing out on some things, I think for now, less
>>exceptions might make other things easier...
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>>
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>

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Based on what's in your snapshot, it's Constant Conditions & Exceptions inspection
taking most of the time. Try disabling that. Do things go better this way?
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Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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Its more than just slowness however. Yesterday, I probably submitted 20+ crashses in about 15 minutes working on my JSPs (3339). I realize the JSP support is totally in flux so I haven't really said anything in the news group because I know you guys are working on it :)

--Grant

"Norris Shelton" <nunya@nunya.net> wrote in message news:4289F908.4090703@nunya.net...
I created a Jira issue. It takes 25 percent of my Dual Xeon 2.8 + HT - way too much.

Grant Gochnauer wrote:
Yeah, I've noticed you can't even use the EAP to edit JSPs at all. The whole
thing blows up.

Has anyone noticed how a lot of times when you open files and the
inspections start to run, the IntelliJ shoots up to 100% cpu for quite a bit
of time and even my mouse seems to slow down a little. Just opening a Java
file, and especially a JSP, really pegs my CPU for quite a bit and I have an
Athlon 3800+ which I'd think would be more than enough power to parse a
class file.

--Grant


"Mark Derricutt" <mark@talios.com> wrote in message
news:d6c0o6$jkq$2@is.intellij.net...
Short of deleting/removing the JSP plugin, is there a way to easily
disable all the funky new JSP support?

Whilst I'll be missing out on some things, I think for now, less
exceptions might make other things easier...


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In article <d6c0o6$jkq$2@is.intellij.net>,
Mark Derricutt <mark@talios.com> wrote:

Short of deleting/removing the JSP plugin, is there a way to easily
disable all the funky new JSP support?

Whilst I'll be missing out on some things, I think for now, less
exceptions might make other things easier...


Funky? can you describe? I haven't been in there yet.

R

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In article <4289F908.4090703@nunya.net>,
Norris Shelton <nunya@nunya.net> wrote:

I created a Jira issue. It takes 25 percent of my Dual Xeon 2.8 + HT -
way too much.


Hope you also included a cpu and memory snapshot because without it it's
like saying my car has a v12 with super charger, but it's not fast...
doesn't tell you why... could be that you have crammed 20 people in it
and the engine can't handle it... could be many things.

Also just because your CPU is at 25% doesn't mean anything, it just
means that this is what was available and the jvm used it, if it doesn't
slow down anything else who cares?

R

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Snap shot included.

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

>In article <4289F908.4090703@nunya.net>,

Norris Shelton <nunya@nunya.net> wrote:

>

>
>>I created a Jira issue. It takes 25 percent of my Dual Xeon 2.8 + HT -
>>way too much.
>>
>>
>
>Hope you also included a cpu and memory snapshot because without it it's
>like saying my car has a v12 with super charger, but it's not fast...
>doesn't tell you why... could be that you have crammed 20 people in it
>and the engine can't handle it... could be many things.
>
>Also just because your CPU is at 25% doesn't mean anything, it just
>means that this is what was available and the jvm used it, if it doesn't
>slow down anything else who cares?
>
>R

>

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I turned that off and still saw high CPU usage




Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

Based on what's in your snapshot, it's Constant Conditions &
Exceptions inspection taking most of the time. Try disabling that. Do
things go better this way?
-------------------
Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Norris Shelton wrote:

I turned that off and still saw high CPU usage

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Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

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>> Based on what's in your snapshot, it's Constant Conditions &
>> Exceptions inspection taking most of the time. Try disabling that. Do
>> things go better this way?
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>> Maxim Shafirov
>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>> "Develop with pleasure!"
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Here are 2 snapshots for me


"Norris Shelton" <nunya@nunya.net> wrote in message news:428A063B.1010602@nunya.net...
I turned that off and still saw high CPU usage




Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:
Based on what's in your snapshot, it's Constant Conditions & Exceptions inspection taking most of the time. Try disabling that. Do things go better this way?
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Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"




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one more


"Grant Gochnauer" <grant@gochnauer.org> wrote in message news:d6d20o$r5t$1@is.intellij.net...
Here are 2 snapshots for me


"Norris Shelton" <nunya@nunya.net> wrote in message news:428A063B.1010602@nunya.net...
I turned that off and still saw high CPU usage




Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:
Based on what's in your snapshot, it's Constant Conditions & Exceptions inspection taking most of the time. Try disabling that. Do things go better this way?
-



Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"




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In article <d6d20o$r5t$1@is.intellij.net>,
"Grant Gochnauer" <grant@gochnauer.org> wrote:

Here are 2 snapshots for me


"Norris Shelton" <nunya@nunya.net> wrote in message
news:428A063B.1010602@nunya.net...
I turned that off and still saw high CPU usage




Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:
Based on what's in your snapshot, it's Constant Conditions & Exceptions
inspection taking most of the time. Try disabling that. Do things go
better this way?
-------------------
Maxim Shafirov
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


Ugh... Guys... procedure is generate snapshot and upload to .uploads
directory on ftp.jetbrains.net and follow up with a jira entry. Please
don't post this stuff here, some of use use news readers and don't need
to download megs and megs of data.

Thanks in advance.

R

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Sorry. Will do from now on.

Didn't know the procedure.

--Grant


"Robert S. Sfeir" <robert@NOSPAMCodepuccino.dom> wrote in message
news:robert-5D9BA9.11460817052005@mail.intellij.net...

In article <d6d20o$r5t$1@is.intellij.net>,
"Grant Gochnauer" <grant@gochnauer.org> wrote:

>
>> Here are 2 snapshots for me
>>
>>
>> "Norris Shelton" <nunya@nunya.net> wrote in message
>> news:428A063B.1010602@nunya.net...
>> I turned that off and still saw high CPU usage
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:
>> Based on what's in your snapshot, it's Constant Conditions &
>> Exceptions
>> inspection taking most of the time. Try disabling that. Do things go
>> better this way?
>> -



>> Maxim Shafirov
>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>

Ugh... Guys... procedure is generate snapshot and upload to .uploads
directory on ftp.jetbrains.net and follow up with a jira entry. Please
don't post this stuff here, some of use use news readers and don't need
to download megs and megs of data.

>

Thanks in advance.

>

R



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