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Re: How to speed up ido?


From: Seweryn Kokot
Subject: Re: How to speed up ido?
Date: Sat, 17 Jan 2009 18:26:25 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.2 (gnu/linux)

senny <address@hidden> writes:

> On 17 Jan., 14:09, Andreas Politz <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Andreas Politz wrote:
>> > Seweryn Kokot wrote:
>> >> Andreas Politz <address@hidden> writes:
>>
>> >>> senny wrote:
>> >>>> Hey there
>>
>> >>>> I wrote a function to open any file in my project using ido. The
>> >>>> Problem is, that the project has a lot of files and a deeply nested
>> >>>> directory structure. When i then complete the file name in ido using
>> >>>> fuzzy-matching it is extremely slow and unusable. Is there a way to
>> >>>> increase the speed of ido? or should i take another approach to this
>> >>>> problem? I am currently using the method "ido-completing-read".
>>
>> >>>> regards,
>> >>>> Senny
>>
>> >>> A while ago I wrote a mode called ido-hacks. As the name
>> >>> suggests it contains a couple of more or less dirty
>> >>> modifications to ido, among them :
>>
>> >>> * faster display of prospect (streamlined one loop)
>> >>> * caching of already computed flex-matches
>> >>> * use ido for every completing-read call
>>
>> >>> If you're interested I could mail/post it and you could maybe
>> >>> extract the optimization parts (It's one advice and one redefinition.)
>> >>> Btw, I am using it all the time.
>>
>> >>> -ap
>>
>> >> Could you please send it here? I think there are more people
>> >> interested in it!
>>
>> >> Thanks in advance.
>>
>> > I attached it to this mail. Compiling is suggested. Load and enable it
>> > like this:
>>
>> > (ido-mode 1)
>> > (ido-hacks-mode 1)
>>
>> > -ap
>>
>> I have send the wrong version....
>>
>> -ap
>>
>>  ido-hacks.el.gz
>> 4KAnzeigenHerunterladen
>
> Thanks a lot. Im gonna try your modifications as soon as possible.

It seems that posts from Andreas didn't arrived to emacs help group

http://news.gmane.org/gmane.emacs.help
http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/help-gnu-emacs/2009-01/threads.html

Any idea what is wrong?

-- 
regards,
Seweryn





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