Performance tests report that the following list of classes is loaded on NetBeans startup. This is considered as startup
regression. Please, don't load these classes.
Performance team has tests to watch new classes added to startup. It is one of the ways to prevent startup regressions.
If something inappropriate appears there, we file a bug. Posted to nb-perf, the list can be discussed, but there's no
real process around it.
well, and do you also have tests to watch classes which aren't loaded anymore?
To be honest, i'm not 100% sure at this moment, but i guess there should be also some which aren't loaded anymore as we
replaced the relevant implementation from libs.svnClientAdapter. It would be nice to have few more lists in this issue -
something like what was loaded before those classes where added and what's loaded now. A bit more complete picture would
be a good starting point for a discussion.
I see, we'll work on list of classes not being loaded anymore.
However, I still want to reach a state when no subversion classes are loaded, until there really is .svn folder
Created attachment 62402 [details]
Proposal for VersioningSystem "proxy" and its registration
1.) doesn't look like this is a regression it's just some another implementation being called on startup -> p3
2.) we will try the suggested patch. thanks for your help
I propose another solution to this. It does not require any API changes or registration workarounds. Subversion module
will just delay its main component activation until really needed. This way I can reduce number of subversion classes
loaded during startup from 85 to 16. 6 of them are related to the annotation bar (blame.* package) and since I have no
file open in editor I think these classes should no be loaded ... editor team should probably investigate this case.
Anyway, I will soon get to it and implement the fix on subversion side.
Integrated into 'main-golden', available in NB_Trunk_Production #271 build
User: Maros Sandor <email@example.com>
Log: #136490: Delay subversion initialization
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