Code parsing starting every time I open the project

Pradeep K. Shima pkshima at gmail.com
Tue May 10 06:56:27 UTC 2011


Hi,

So how do I clean up the code browing info generated under $HOME/.kdevduchain ?
I recently deleted a project and would like to throw away its code
browsing info but cant unless I know the structure of .kdevduchain.
Or is there a GUI option somewhere to auto clean it ?

Thanks in advance !!!
Pradeep

On Thu, Apr 28, 2011 at 12:22 AM, Milian Wolff <mail at milianw.de> wrote:
> Pradeep K. Shima, 27.04.2011:
>> Thanks Andreas !!!
>>
>> Any place where I can read more about it kdevduchain ?
>
> You can browse the API dox of the DUChain in kdevplatform/language.
>
>> In particular I want to know ...
>>
>> 1) Is the browsing info global across projects for each file. i.e. if
>> some files are common between two projects, will the browsing info for
>> that file be generated once or twice ?
>
> it is stored once per url and session.
>
>> 2) What is the structure under $HOME/.kdevduchain ?
>
> Why do you want to know? this is deep internal stuff and it is not supposed to
> be changed by the user. Anyways, if you are really interested browse the
> DUChain code.
>
>> Thanks again !!
>> Pradeep
>>
>> On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 8:32 PM, Andreas Pakulat <apaku at gmx.de> wrote:
>> > On 26.04.11 18:07:55, Pradeep K. Shima wrote:
>> >> Hi,
>> >>
>> >> I hope this question belongs to this list.
>> >>
>> >> Is kdevelop 4.2.2 supposed to parse the whole code every time the
>> >> project is opened ?
>> >> Kdevelop 3 used to just load the tags file which was generated just
>> >> once (or whenever you asked it to).
>> >>
>> >> With a huge project I am working on, it is really keeping me from
>> >> using kdevelop. Infact from using Fedora 14 because I have no way of
>> >> going back to kdevelop 3.x
>> >>
>> >> Could someone please tell me how to make it generate code browing info
>> >> just once and only load it on subsequent opens ?
>> >
>> > Thats what KDevelop already does, however when opening a project it
>> > scans all files to check wether it needs to update the data and if they
>> > changed since the last time the project was open it re-parses them. You
>> > should notice that the progress is much faster on the second and
>> > subsequent opening of the project than on the first one on a clean
>> > machine (or after deleting $HOME/.kdevduchain which is the db used for
>> > storing).
>
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