> On August 25, 2020 at 12:27:02 AM CDT, Jaroslav Tulach <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > And it's Apache Maven, over the corner at https://maven.apache.org/ so
> > I suppose that community would be happy to get such contributions.
> > -Bertrand
> You are right, Bertrand. Why not ask!
> Hello Maven guys,
> we had a discussion on the NetBeans mailing list recently and here is a
> * Apache NetBeans IDE is delegating most of its work directly to Maven
> * Users however complain that the speed isn't great
> * One of the ideas was to launch a "zombie" instance of Maven in advance
> * then actions like build, exec or test would be faster
> Have you thought about something like this already? Any advices?
> Best regards.
> Jaroslav Tulach
> NetBeans Platform Architect
> ne 23. 8. 2020 v 9:06 odesílatel Jaroslav Tulach <[hidden email]>
> > > I agree with others, Ant is much faster day to day. But the pom.xml has
> > > become the universal project file for Java,
> > Thank you all for sharing your thoughts. I know Maven start is slower, but
> > I
> > learned to live with it. It is interesting to hear that some of you
> > maintain a
> > dual Ant based copy of your project metadata. Once we were trying a
> > different
> > approach:
> > There is a way to speed Maven in the IDE. Launch Maven, let it read all
> > XML &
> > co. files and stop it. As soon as we need to build/run/test, wake up this
> > zombie Maven process, tell it what to do and let it continue. If the XML
> > files
> > are modified, throw the process away and initialize it again. Tomáš Stupka
> > implemented a prototype of this and there were no issues, as far as I know
> > (nobody tested it thoroughly however).
> > Maybe the support is even in and there is a property to turn it on. If the
> > Maven startup is the biggest problem for you guys, we shall investigate
> > how to
> > turn Tomáš's work on...
> > -jt