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    • Christoph Cullmann's avatar
      add helper to create consistent git process · d3dd58cb
      Christoph Cullmann authored
      helper function will e.g. ensure we have always
      
      GIT_OPTIONAL_LOCKS=0
      
      set like adviced for editor background calls
      
      this allows to add more such stuff in the future
      in one central place
      d3dd58cb
    • Robert Hoffmann's avatar
      Network mounts performance optimizations · d407c83a
      Robert Hoffmann authored
      This patch is part of performance optimizations for mounted network shares,
      see also kcoreaddons, kio, kconfigwidgets, kwidgetsaddons, ktexteditor, dolphin.
      
      It can speed up the start of Kate and opening documents when operating on
      slow network drives.
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    • Waqar Ahmed's avatar
      semantic highlighter: Use a timer to reduce amount of requests being sent · 1c5dc7c8
      Waqar Ahmed authored
      
      
      Currently we are sending requests on every typed character and everytime
      we change view. This can be really heavy on the server, especially with
      large documents. It results in problems such as "incorrect highlighting"
      because server isn't in sync with the latest changes in the document.
      
      This change introduces a simple mechanism to fix this: Use a QTimer to
      reduce the amount of requests. Every time we type or change the current
      KTE::View this timer gets started/restarted and when it times out, it
      just refreshes the highlighting.
      
      This means no more highlight-as-you-type, which is both good and bad but
      since we can't really control the servers, I think this is better.
      Signed-off-by: Waqar Ahmed's avatarWaqar Ahmed <waqar.17a@gmail.com>
      1c5dc7c8