On 5/8/05, Allan Odgaard email@example.com wrote:
On May 7, 2005, at 22:26, Tom Lazar wrote:
I realize this has been discussed a while back, but AFAIR the issue at the time has supposedly been resolved (threading of the filessystemchecking process)
No -- the threading mentioned in release notes is for loading bundles.
the project contains well under a hundred files, each moderately sized, nothing fancy there. is there anything I can do on my side of the problem? could you on yours, Allan?
Long term, it should be fixed -- short-term you can change to a static project, i.e. instead of dragging a folder into the project drawer, drag the files form the folder. Of course you lose the advantages of folder references.
I'm curious, does this happen each time you switch away and back to TM, or only when something has actually changed in the filesystem?
I have exactly the same behaviour running Textmate version 1.1b5 (v1.1b5).
I have a project whose files & drawers are located on a networked drive I mount through Samba. In the project it's a total of 1900+ files and everytime I switch back to TextMate its a delay while it seems to be loading all information necessary to display the different filetypes correctly. In that delay it shows up the projectwindow and the tab with open files and the one active file, albeit all greyed out. When the delay is over the proper colorcoding appears and I can start editing away.
Would be glad if this behaviour could be resolved somehow. :).