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Here is the Profiling Snapshot of my machine. I've running into lots of problems since 6.9 was released.
The main one is the IDE running very slow and using over 50% of CPU.
The other is I can't rename variables (Ctrl+R) as I used to, it gives me the message: "The Rename refactoring cannot be applied in this context."
Also, I can't go to a declaration of a function:
using Ctrl+Click as I used to do in 6.8
Those are my main issues with 6.9
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profiling snapshot on Ubuntu
This is a snapshot of the "Scanning Files..." that constantly runs on my Ubuntu partition. Note that Windows Netbeans 6.9 with the same PHP project performs fine.
I'm not sure if this is helpful, as I was only able to capture this snapshot, because NetBeans 6.9 was responsive for this time. Usually, NetBeans 6.9 consumes 85% - 100% of both CPUs, making it impossible to click the profile button, or respond to Alt-Shift-Y.
Hi, can you please try out the latest NetBeans 6.9.1 release candidate to see if this is still happening?
Fixed in trunk now:
This issue might be also fixed into release 6.9.1, but I need verification that
the fix really helps. Thanks to rogojine I was able to reproduce the never
ending loop, so at least in this usecase this fix works.
Problem description: never ending loop for type inference when e.g. method "a"
calls method "b" and method "b" calls method "a" (on different types but with
the same name).
Justification for fixing it into relase 6.9.1:
-complains about it on forums, blogs
For verification use please #2079 build (or newer):
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 188155 ***