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    • Laurent Navet's avatar
      Port away from .dsektop, use new .json format instead. · 94b71fec
      Laurent Navet authored
      kdevcustombuildsystem
      kdevcppsupport
      kdevninja
      kdevmakebuilder
      kdevcmakebuilder
      kdevmanpage
      kdevastyle
      kdevdefinesandincludemanager
      kdevghprovider
      kdevgdb
      kdevexecuteplasmoid
      kdevkdeprovider
      kdevcustomscript
      kdevcmakemanager
      kdevcmakedocumentation
      kdevcustommakemanager
      
      REVIEW: 122095
      94b71fec
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    • Milian Wolff's avatar
      Use QDir::isRelativePath. · a3e05c37
      Milian Wolff authored
      No need to get the other QFileInfo stuff loaded here.
      a3e05c37
    • Milian Wolff's avatar
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    • Milian Wolff's avatar
      Share common code. · 99722cba
      Milian Wolff authored
      Also optimize the assignment of the large list of compiler defines,
      which previously triggered many reallocations.
      99722cba
    • Milian Wolff's avatar
      Intern MakeFileResolver defines and include paths. · 56e3bf1e
      Milian Wolff authored
      This decreases the memory consumption for the defines/include paths
      as queried by the CMake JSON import job considerably. And, since
      we can now reuse existing Path instances, we don't need the costly
      conversion most of the time, leading to a considerable performance
      win as well.
      
      Before, my kdevelop session took ca. ~230MB of memory, now this
      number is down to ~153MB. Performance wise, I saw the kdevplatform
      JSON file speed up from ~2.2s evaluation down to ~1.4s.
      56e3bf1e