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Re: The geeky thread: show off your Sublime Text startup time

Postby jbrooksuk on Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:28 am

Mine.

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AdvancedNewFile
Alignment
ApacheConf.tmLanguage
AutoFileName
BufferScroll
CoffeeScript
CSSComb
InsertNums
JSFormat
LESS
NetTuts+ Fetch
Package Control
phpDocumentor
Prefixr
Sublime-Evaluate
SublimeREPL

Mine says
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startup time: 6.59451
interesting...

I just quite Sublime again and restarted it
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startup time: 0.887752
apparently I had an update for a plugin...
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Re: The geeky thread: show off your Sublime Text startup time

Postby gekko on Fri Oct 05, 2012 10:17 am

My list:

    BufferScroll
    DocBlockr
    Edit History
    ExportHtml
    FavoriteFiles
    FuzzyFileNav
    Gist
    HexViewer
    JsFormat
    LineEndings
    Local History
    Modific
    Nodejs
    nodejsLauncher
    Origami
    Package Control
    Require Node.js Modules Helper
    SideBarEnhancements
    SublimeLinter
    SublimeRope
    Sundired Color Scheme
    ToggleQuotes
    Tortoise
    TrailingSpaces
    WinMerge

First startup time:
startup time: 30.0529

Subsequent startup time:
startup time: 0.565472

I believe the first startup will always be slow for me as the hard drive on my laptop is slow.
Later a startup is of course faster because all the files are in the cache.

BTW: I have
"hot_exit": false,
"remember_open_files": false,
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Re: The geeky thread: show off your Sublime Text startup time

Postby tito on Sat Oct 06, 2012 7:42 pm

First start

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plugin init time: 2.62461
loading bindings
loading pointer bindings
found 1 files for base name Soda Dark.sublime-theme
theme loaded
app ready
pre session restore time: 3.94761
startup cache, total files: 172 cache hits: 172
startup time: 4.77755 (package setup was not run)
loaded 349 snippets


Next start
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plugin init time: 2.2419
loading bindings
loading pointer bindings
found 1 files for base name Soda Dark.sublime-theme
theme loaded
app ready
pre session restore time: 2.9247
startup cache, total files: 172 cache hits: 172
startup time: 3.5638 (package setup was not run)
loaded 349 snippets


Packages
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Alignment
ApacheConf.tmLanguage
Batch File
BracketHighlighter
BufferScroll
CSS
Camaleon
ClipboardCommands
Color Scheme - Default
Default
DetectSyntax
Dictionaries
Diff
Edit History
EncodingHelper
Function Name Display
Goto Documentation
Goto-CSS-Declaration
HTML
HTMLAttributes
Hasher
INI
JavaScript
JsFormat
JustSwapQuotes
Language - English
LineEndings
Makefile
Markdown
Open-Include
Origami
PHP
Package Control
Pretty JSON
Preview
Python
Rails
Regular Expressions
Ruby
SFTP
SQL
ShellScript
SideBarEnhancements
SideBarGit
Smart Match
SublimeCodeIntel
Tag
Terminal
Text
Textile
Theme - Default
Theme - Soda
Tito
User
Vintage
WinMerge
WordCount
WordHighlight
XML
YAML
sublimelint
test
Give APIs, let the community build the rest!
https://github.com/titoBouzout
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Re: The geeky thread: show off your Sublime Text startup time

Postby agibsonsw on Sat Oct 06, 2012 8:47 pm

Just a suggestion, but it is very easy via PackageControl to disable plug-ins that you are not using ;)

I believe it would even be possible ;) to create what is called a Perspective in another editor. That is, a command which enables some packages, and disables others. I suppose this could even happen automatically according to the file (or Project) that is active.

Then again, someone may already have done this..?

Added: I also believe that some users might be including more than one plug-in that perform a similar role; this might lead to conflict or, at least, confusion. But this is just my two cents :). Andy.
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Re: The geeky thread: show off your Sublime Text startup time

Postby tobalsan on Sun Oct 07, 2012 1:26 am

Can any user of SublimeCodeIntel give his opinion about it ? I noticed that all the "fast loading" (under 1 sec) are not using SublimeCodeIntel, whereas the "slower" ones use it.

That confirms what I thought, SublimeCodeIntel sort of clutters ST2 (not that i'm ranting about this plugin or anything, i have installed and i think it's a good plugin). Just it seems to slow down our favorite code editor a bit.
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Re: The geeky thread: show off your Sublime Text startup time

Postby agibsonsw on Sun Oct 07, 2012 6:24 pm

tobalsan wrote:Can any user of SublimeCodeIntel give his opinion about it ? I noticed that all the "fast loading" (under 1 sec) are not using SublimeCodeIntel, whereas the "slower" ones use it.

That confirms what I thought, SublimeCodeIntel sort of clutters ST2 (not that i'm ranting about this plugin or anything, i have installed and i think it's a good plugin). Just it seems to slow down our favorite code editor a bit.


There is an updated version of SublimeCodeIntel but I forget what it is called. If you seach this forum you should find it. The original version is not maintained and behaves erratically, I understand.
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