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Brad Lane wrote:
> Anyone else seeing this or is it just me?

I can't say it's slow, because I find it unusable: "Recent File" is
broken (at least on MacOsX). How could this bug make it through ??!!

Alain Ravet

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Alain Ravet wrote:

Brad Lane wrote:
> Anyone else seeing this or is it just me?

I can't say it's slow, because I find it unusable: "Recent File" is
broken (at least on MacOsX). How could this bug make it through ??!!

Alain Ravet

Works fine for me. Are you sure you're using CommandE not CtrlE?

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Maxim Shafirov
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Brad Lane wrote:

Anyone else seeing this or is it just me?


I've only found 4 duplicates of a single exception sibmitted by you against 1171. As the matter of fact one is only
possible if you were tweaking $IDEA/bin/log.xml file. Is that true? Haven't you enabled DEBUG staff for all the
categories. In this case I can easily understand why 1171 is slow for you.

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Maxim Shafirov
IntelliJ Labs / JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

Brad Lane wrote:

>> Anyone else seeing this or is it just me?
>>
>>


I've only found 4 duplicates of a single exception sibmitted by you
against 1171. As the matter of fact one is only possible if you were
tweaking $IDEA/bin/log.xml file. Is that true? Haven't you enabled DEBUG
staff for all the categories. In this case I can easily understand why
1171 is slow for you.


hehe... No Brad turned it on probably because he was trying to direct
plugin logs to their own files because idea generates so much logging
it's really hard to see your own plugin's log entries to debug issues.

R

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You are on a Mac now?

Tom

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Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:
> Alain Ravet wrote:
>> I find it unusable: "Recent File" is broken (at least on MacOsX).
> ..
> Works fine for me. Are you sure you're using CommandE not CtrlE?


Ctrl-E, but it's mapped to RecentFiles.
See:
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=30226


Note: I couldn't even try with another keyboard mapping, cause it also
throws an error:
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=30226


I hate to say that, but it's unusably buggy for me. Luckily, I'm not
developing anything right now.. but it won't help me update the
CamouflagePlugin :(

Alain

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Thomas Singer (MoTJ) wrote:

> You are on a Mac now?

My main laptop is dying, so I indulged myself :)

- the good: with my plugin test suite, this Powerbook 1.25Mhz is almost
3 times faster than my 700Mhz PC (from 74 secs. to 24 secs).
- the bad: the Belgian Powerbook keyboard really sucks: no square nor
curly brackets. Eventually, I installed a macro recorder - iKey -, but
it wouldn't remap some keys, so I can't mimic the standard IBM-PC keyboard.



Alain

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Brad Lane wrote:

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Anyone else seeing this or is it just me?

>
>

>

I've only found 4 duplicates of a single exception sibmitted by you

against 1171. As the matter of fact one is only

possible if you were tweaking $IDEA/bin/log.xml file. Is that true?

Haven't you enabled DEBUG staff for all the

categories. In this case I can easily understand why 1171 is slow for you.

>

--
Maxim Shafirov
IntelliJ Labs / JetBrains Inc.
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


The one is from my debugging instance for which I have hacked the log.xml.
But, the rest are from my 'working' instance and I haven't touched the
log.xml for that. I've switched back to 1168 and it works fine.


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I've now switched back to 1168 for: 1171 is not usable for my XML editing tasks (I'm on OS X)

I've submitted to bug reports:

http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=30238 - This one appears to be happening for build 1168, although I didn't ever notice it until after I had installed 1171

http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=30250 - This one appears unique to build 1171. It may be related to the bug report (happens when I manipulate the same XML file). It is this bug that makes 1171 unusable for me.

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Mac OS X allows you to create and install your own keyboard layouts by using an XML file:

http://developer.apple.com/technotes/tn2002/tn2056.html

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Jon Bodner wrote:
> Mac OS X allows you to create and install your own keyboard
layouts by using an XML file:
> http://developer.apple.com/technotes/tn2002/tn2056.html


Thanks Jon. Looks like what I need.
Do you know if there is a visual editor for this "thing"?

Alain

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It is much slower and definetly buggier on Mac OS X. Operations like surround with do not reset focus into the editor window. This was a bug that surfaced in earlier EAP's and seems to be back again. It can't keep up with my typing now either. This is another bug that was fixed in earlier EAP's that is back.

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Well, on my G4 Powerbook 1,33 GHz IDEA was never as fast as on my old
Pentium 3 800 MHz Desktop Windows XP PC (at least it never feels as
fast). Most annoying slowdowns are with typing (but only if the lines
reach some certain length around 80 chars or so), scrolling in general
and JSP editing. I am not sure if it is the overall performance of Java
on my Powerbook or mostly related to visual stuff, i.e. Swing
applications. If I create a new method through intention actions for
example, it takes around 1 to 3 seconds for the method stub to appear.
This never happend on my Windows PC before. Since I don't have this
Windows PC anymore I cannot say for sure if it is because of the
Powerbook or the latest IDEA releases.

Ralph Saunders wrote:

It is much slower and definetly buggier on Mac OS X. Operations like surround with do not reset focus into the editor window. This was a bug that surfaced in earlier EAP's and seems to be back again. It can't keep up with my typing now either. This is another bug that was fixed in earlier EAP's that is back.

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There are some third-party tools. Take a look at the links at the bottom of this page:

http://www.redlers.com/downloadkeyboard.html

Glad to help,

-jon

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Jon Bodner wrote:
> Take a look at the links at the bottom of this page:
> http://www.redlers.com/downloadkeyboard.html

Thanks Jon, it looks promising. I'll start digging there.

Alain

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I found the source of my performance problem. All I did was change the VM start up parameter from -Xms16m to -Xms64m. The increase in perfomance (and, believe it or not, decrease in buggyness) was significant.

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