Faster NetBeans on Windows...

because someone filed a bug report.

Folks that work with NetBeans dev builds may have noticed a little bit of a speed improvement in the last couple of days.

I got involved in a thread on the nbj2ee mailing list. The user was seeing terrible performance on Windows while using directory deployment onto Glassfish V2. The user was able to describe their situation in enough detail that I could replicate the problem and fix it.

But after fixing it, I realized that this was a bigger issue. I figure there is about 800 uses of getOutputStream(), spread over 500 files. So, I filed an issue and another engineer (who knows more about that area of the code) fixed it.

As an added bonus... It looks like both fixes will go into patch 2 for NetBeans 6.1.

Comments:

Cool, I find 6.5 is really fast than 6.1

Posted by Anuradha on June 05, 2008 at 08:49 PM PDT #

The bug http://www.netbeans.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=132662 is killing me :(

Posted by Dyego Souza do Carmo on June 05, 2008 at 09:48 PM PDT #

Well that's good. 'Cos in spite of all the hullabaloo, NetBeans is still visibly slow and I just found out that the UML is slow buggy and beyond any productive use.

Posted by Damien on June 06, 2008 at 02:05 AM PDT #

Hi
You guys have done a great job Netbeans is much faster and it always had better features than Eclipse. But i have one suggestion i don't know why but the netbeans on Ubuntu is way behind and
is clumsy and much slower than windows varient.
Please do something about it.

Posted by Gagandeep Singh on June 06, 2008 at 04:09 AM PDT #

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