Thanks for your chick-full-of-information reply. Several of the items
listed in your message, and my not being aware of them, were likely
contributing factors to my experiences as I pretty much made my mind
up about where Core Data fit in the time period between using the
Tiger betas and the first 6 months or so of the Tiger release.
Performance issues, as well as what I perceived as my inability to do
much of anything to address them due to lack of information about what
Core Data was actually doing, was one of the reasons I closed the book
on it for many applications. Progress has clearly been made and it's
time for me to dive back in and re-evaluate.
Is the information from your message (and hopefully more) available in
a TechNote or some other public Apple document on optimization and
performance tuning Core Data? If not, would a bug report be the
appropriate way to request that one be created?
Finally, I noticed that the Core Data template is not available by
default in Xcode via Run->Start with Performance Tool... is this by
design or just an oversight? It's a trivial matter to create a new
template of my own which appears there and just wanted to know if I
should file a bug report on this.
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