[TxMt] Re: Performance Request: Faster "Find in Project"

Florian Gilcher flo at andersground.net
Sun May 27 19:45:29 UTC 2007

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I have no problems with the "Find in Project"-performance, even on
network drives (as long as they are in the same network). I know it is
slow when searching the first time, so i can expect that an go get a cup
of tea.

My biggest complaint is that there is still no fast possibility to
narrow the search by sub-folders. (I know my controllers are not in
vendor...) This is a point where I would like to see some improvement,
as constantly creating temp-projects for search reasons is no fun at all.

(Machine is a MacBook Pro with 2.0 Ghz and 2GB RAM... first edition)


> Yep, I do the same thing (Spotlight as an app launcher).
> Yes, TextMate gets faster after the first time as does Spotlight. But
> Spotlight's first time is faster than TextMate's, and likewise,
> Spotlight's subsequent times are faster than TextMate's.
> Also, I think Spotlight may be displaying results as they come in.
> TextMate seems to wait until it has completed the search. Improving
> that could make a difference.
> Indexing would too. (The subsequent speedups are likely from operating
> system level file caching as someone pointed out.)
> For reference, I have Core 2 Duo MacBook Pro with 3 GB. These
> improvements would probably help slower machines with less RAM even
> more.
> -Chuck
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