MyEclipse not responding after installing CodeMix

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    Mike_mikekonikoff
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    Editing files (java, jsp, js, xml) that I have had no problem editing before using default MyEclipse editors. Now when I type anything – code, space, or a comment – I get a spinning blue progress wheel and MyEclipse is Not Responding for a long time (dozens of seconds or longer). This only started happening after installing CodeMix. I have 64-bit MyEclipse 2017 CI latest and latest CodeMix, on Windows 7 pro 64-bit, java 8, 32 GB RAM and 2 quad-core i7 CPU @ 2.7 GHz. MyEclipse and computer have been restarted.

    Maybe it is https://www.genuitec.com/issue-tracker/33081/, but I can’t see any details there so it’s hard to say. Whatever it is, it is making this IDE unusable.

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    timwebb
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    Ouch! First off, I’m not aware of a specific issue like this lingering in the product but definitely want to get to the bottom of it!

    To disable CodeMix temporarily, you can go to the Preferences > CodeMix area and check [ ] Temporarily disable CodeMix functionality.

    That said, I’d really like to be able to get to the bottom of this. Two questions – bottom left, do you see CodeMix with a blue checkmark in your status bar? If it shows connected, if it freezes long enough to run a command, getting a jstack dump at the same time as it is frozen would be invaluable.

    https://helpx.adobe.com/in/experience-manager/kb/TakeThreadDump.html
    has some pointers on how to use jstack. In short, it is jstack -p <pid> with the PID of the MyEclipse process.

    Thanks and sorry you are hitting this!

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