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Re: To stay or to leave of this community..

Postby GrantSP on Thu Oct 17, 2013 7:18 am

Arjan, I am on Win64 and also work with projects with 1000's of files. I am experiencing none of the speed issues you allude to.

Also your complete lack of respect for the software developer is really amazing. Where is your patience? :shock:
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Re: To stay or to leave of this community..

Postby ntenney on Mon Oct 21, 2013 7:16 pm

OK, Arjan, what the heck are you working on that is 17K files? The 2.6 linux kernel has that many files, and no single developer can keep track of that much stuff. Break your projects down into smaller subprojects, man. The problem isn't your tool, its your organization. Do you seriously expect us to believe that you need to access 17k files every day? It really just sounds like you're going out of your way to be obtuse.
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Re: To stay or to leave of this community..

Postby Arjan on Tue Oct 22, 2013 12:00 pm

ntenney wrote:OK, Arjan, what the heck are you working on that is 17K files? The 2.6 linux kernel has that many files, and no single developer can keep track of that much stuff. Break your projects down into smaller subprojects, man. The problem isn't your tool, its your organization. Do you seriously expect us to believe that you need to access 17k files every day? It really just sounds like you're going out of your way to be obtuse.


I really, really, really don't care what you believe or not. It's a huge project partly because the majority of the files are generated, some of which need hand-editing.

The point is that it works on ST2 on the same OS instance, so I figured it was important to submit the problem report (as done in separate post)
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Re: To stay or to leave of this community..

Postby iamntz on Tue Oct 22, 2013 1:02 pm

so I figured it was important to submit the problem report (as done in separate post)

It's one thing to report a problem and it's another thing to report a problem by saying „omg, this product suck, nobody helps me”.
If disabling the indexing will somehow fix the problem, you could just disable the indexing and you are all set.
You clearly don't make the difference between a beta vs a stable release.
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Re: To stay or to leave of this community..

Postby jbjornson on Tue Oct 22, 2013 2:12 pm

It's easy to pick on Arjan here, but the main reason that he is not get a satisfying answer is because the bug report was not presented in the right way. A bug report that says "performance sucks with lots of files" is almost impossible to answer. Being able to effectively ask questions is an important skill, especially when working in the computing field. Google "the right way to report a bug" and you'll find lots of resources explaining how to effectively report a bug. The most relevant point in this context is that you need to provide a way for the developer to reproduce the problem. Unfortunately Arjan is the only one who is seeing this issue so the onus is on him to provide a way to reproduce the problem so it can be fixed.
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Re: To stay or to leave of this community..

Postby tito on Wed Oct 23, 2013 3:34 am

What jbjornson says..

> It's a huge project partly because the majority of the files are generated


Told you!, I'm pretty sure ( :P :P ) the problem Arjan has is because of the "generated files", I mentioned this possibility in the other thread, and I got ignored. This just had happened to me. IF you have opened a project with files that are being changed by another process the index of your project will run constantly, keeping CPU high.
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Re: To stay or to leave of this community..

Postby Arjan on Wed Oct 23, 2013 9:47 am

tito wrote:What jbjornson says..

> It's a huge project partly because the majority of the files are generated


Told you!, I'm pretty sure ( :P :P ) the problem Arjan has is because of the "generated files", I mentioned this possibility in the other thread, and I got ignored. This just had happened to me. IF you have opened a project with files that are being changed by another process the index of your project will run constantly, keeping CPU high.


Well, tito, the thing is that the generator isn't running when i open ST3...
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Re: To stay or to leave of this community..

Postby tito on Wed Oct 23, 2013 6:20 pm

So, it was mcaffe "touching" the files,
> IF you have opened a project with files that are being changed by another process the index of your project will run constantly, keeping CPU high.

which to me is exactly the same thing. :D

Glad you solved the problem, welcome to the "frustration" team. Now, hope you can accept it is this way, who knows what's going on, try to cooperate in productive and civil ways, hoping for the best. :)
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Re: To stay or to leave of this community..

Postby Arjan on Wed Oct 23, 2013 10:59 pm

tito wrote:So, it was mcaffe "touching" the files,
> IF you have opened a project with files that are being changed by another process the index of your project will run constantly, keeping CPU high.

which to me is exactly the same thing. :D

Glad you solved the problem, welcome to the "frustration" team. Now, hope you can accept it is this way, who knows what's going on, try to cooperate in productive and civil ways, hoping for the best. :)


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Re: To stay or to leave of this community..

Postby jbrooksuk on Thu Oct 24, 2013 8:33 am

Arjan wrote:No can do.

My mum once told me; "If you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all."
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