Eclipse apparently is able to work through its 'issues' on its own if
you exercise it enough. I've not had a freeze-up since posting my
original message. I've had it running non-stop for more than 24
hours now (including a full workday of exit-compile cycles) with no
hiccups and no slow-down in scrolling, etc. This seems to implicate
Paul's workspace notion.
At 1:32 AM +0000 11/2/05, Paul Thomas wrote:
The thing about eclipse is that it's never doing nothing. I used to
have lots of problems with Eclipse 3.1.0 (I think) before upgrading
OS X to 10.4.3. It tended to happen whenever the source completion
kicked in and it always happened when clicking the compile error
symbols in the margin. My guess is some heavy DB processing causing
I never found a fix, I just kept upgrading components and disabling
plugins until it calmed down.
I think cleaning out the workspace helped - export your preferences
first and add all the projects to CVS - then just start a new
workspace and import it all again. Not very neat, but I haven't had
any trouble in weeks.
On 1 Nov 2005, at 18:30, David Eichmann wrote:
Is anyone else running into stability problems with Eclipse under
10.4.3 using Java 1.4.2? I did the upgrade on my PowerBook last
night and had two separate incidents of the Eclipse user interface
going completely unresponsive to any events, while the rest of the
system appeared unaffected - readily resolved with a force quit.
This has now occurred a couple of times on my DP 1.42 GHz G4 with a
complete system freeze thrown in. This appears to be induced at
random by just attempting to position the cursor in a source window
at a new insertion point during normal editing...
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