Eclipse updating indexes heap space
This would normally correspond to the version of Subversion you will be using on the command line.It is unrelated to the version of Subversion used on the server side.Once you have gone through all the optimization tips, Eclipse should start within 10 seconds and run much smoother than before.: most of those tips will speed up your Eclipse experience, not just the startup time.This post is just about optimizations that help Eclipse run faster for those who use it.I’ve described each tip for Windows, Linux and Mac OS users.Here is the most up-to-date list I was able to find online.
You should pick the SVNKit implementation (1.7.x or 1.8.x) corresponding to the Subversion workspace data format you wish to use.If you switch client versions within Eclipse (under Team -If you are running Mac OS X 10.9.x and have installed the command-line tools from Xcode version 5.0 (both current as of 2014-03-20) then this will provide a Subversion 1.7.x client.The Mac Ports system installs a Subversion 1.8.x client.You can start by probably doubling the amounts as in the below example and then go from there.
About a month ago, I blogged about my love/hate relationship with Eclipse.
I was asked by a few people to share my tips on how I was able to speed it up so here we go…