You now have a measure of how annoying this can feel.
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In my multi-module application, at each eclipse startup, there is an "updating classpath" phase launched by IAM for each module. I know there has been a lot of discussions on the subject, but I coul'ndt find a tutorial for getting rid of this.
Each phase lasts for 2 to 10 minutes, resulting in an extremely slow startup. Hello Carlos, Thank you for responding, Yes, I've done a fresh install with the last 0.11.0. For the moment I only open 7 of my modules in Eclipse. The maven events view doesn't show any they jars/wars/...?
It's in the local repository, it's not a snapshot..
Finally, when turning on 'Build automatically', there's a further 8 minutes of maven processing, doing [process-test-resources].
Perhaps you use Maven as your a build tool of choice? Well, the good thing is that you’re reading this post!
In this, I’ll try to explain some of the most common reasons as to why Maven build is taking longer than it should and figure out how it can be improved.Then I quickly checked Maven settings in Eclipse and found that the option which is required to download and build the index was not turned on. To give you some background about how Eclipse search dependency on Maven remote repository, be it default Maven central or internal Nexus repository.Eclipse search artifact dependency on repository's index file.I'm sure I've had m2eclipse running before without such big problems, so I'm wondering if something has changed. Fast machine with local nexus mirror configured in This is a relatively large project - ~100 projects, ~80 artifacts.We often dream that things will run faster (perhaps you’re serving a jail sentence), or happen sooner than they do so they’re not as annoying.