”Check syntax as you type” is disabled (It doesn’t make a lot
of difference if it is enabled or not)
After i stop typing the cpu goes to normal after 2 secs.
You are right that the thread is running on a low priority, and apparently it
doesn’t affects the typing.
I was just wondering what was the cause for the high cpu.
Let’s just leave it for now.
By the way. I run toad on a rather old 1.83 GHz dual core notebook
Thanks for your reply,
Fra: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] På vegne af Michael
Sendt: 5. oktober 2011 15:30
Emne: [toad] RE: High CPU editing large package
Does the CPU stop pegging when you stop typing? If so, approximately how long
after you stop typing does the CPU return to normal? If you have the option
Options|Editor|Code Assist|“Check syntax as you type” enabled disable it and try
again. Does that make a difference?
It seems that the hole package is scanned when a key is pressed
It is, but only after a delay. I believe the delay is 500ms. When you pause the
Editor parses the file so that the navigator remains up to date and so that any
other features requiring parser results can execute with minimal delay. This
process runs in a low priority background thread and aborts when you resume
typing. When your CPU is pegged is Toad unresponsive?