[Uml-devel] Re: Uml-devel digest, Vol 1 #739 - 11 msgs
Achim.Spangler at mnet-online.de
Mon Dec 15 01:43:00 UTC 2003
thanks for the tip!
But I possibly suspected the wrong functionality to be the source of my
My real problem:
If I try to move class diagram elements, Umbrello seems to recalculate "the
world" - i.e. my machine gets a very high load with a lot of swapping. This
behaviour is quite new.
Interesting side note:
As long as the move of a class or note doesn't trigger the recalculation of
connections, everything is very quick.
Is it possible, that it depends on the new association handling?
My diagram has:
+ 12 classes
+ 5 notes
+ 7 inheritance relations
+ 1 assiciation
+ 3 dependencies
The whole project has 8 class diagrams with this size.
-> if Umbrello would recalculate all connections between classes and
other elements in all class diagrams,
this heavy recalculation afford could be possible
Am Samstag, 13. Dezember 2003 05:27 schrieb Brian Thomas:
> On Friday 12 December 2003 11:09 pm, umbrello-devel-request at mail.kde.org
> > Hi,
> > the XMI file of my large project is increased by the embedded code editor
> > parts from 1.5 MB to 5.2 MB, so that my system with 2 GHz Pentium 4 and
> > 512 MB RAM gets very slow, as long as I work with this project.
> The easiest workaround for this is to set the active language to one of
> the older "simple" code generators, e.g. NOT java or C++. For those
> languages no XMI entries will be created, and your file will remain small.
> If you need to edit an existing large XMI file, just remove everything
> within the "<codegeneration>" nodes.
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