[Geany-devel] Performance issues?
elextr at xxxxx
Wed Mar 23 12:22:06 UTC 2011
On 23 March 2011 22:26, Harold Aling <geany at sait.nl> wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 12:07, Lex Trotman <elextr at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 23 March 2011 21:24, Harold Aling <geany at sait.nl> wrote:
>>> Dear devs,
>>> Just pressing and holding a key pauses every ~10 characters. This is
>>> only the case in a document when working on a pre-existing file, a new
>>> document is as fast as can be.
>>> What could be causing this? Does anybody else have the same problem?
>>> I'm working on a php/Drupal project and use the geanyprj plugin to
>>> index all files.
> I disabled the geanyprj plugin and the performance is back!
> Unfortunately, geanyprj is one of my reasons for using Geany. :(
Well since the machine you describe is just barely suitable for
editing 100 line files :-D
I would suggest that there may be an interaction between real-time tag
parsing that was recently added to the SVN version and Geanyprj that
makes heavy use of tags.
Unfortunately there doesn't seem to be any documentation on real-time
parsing or any way to turn it off to see if thats the case.
> 11:06:33: Geany INFO : Geany 0.21 (svn >= r5584), en_US.UTF-8
> 11:06:33: Geany INFO : GTK 2.22.0, GLib 2.26.1, GIO
> Ubuntu 10.10 (LXDE; 64 bits)
>> How big are the files?
> Some are 100 lines long, some are 4k lines long.
>> Are you editing near the beginning or the end?
>> How fast is your computer and how much free memory does it have?
> AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 250 Processor (Dual core; 3.0 GHz)
> 4 GiB memory; ~2 GiB available(/cache)
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