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Borland's Code Completion

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I don't know if its just me, but Borland's Code Completion in C++ Builder is extremely slow. It takes on average about 6-10 seconds to pull up a list of functions in a simple class. I read that you can turn the "Precompiled Headers" on in the Compiler Options Tab, but this didn't help. Does anybody know how to make it run faster or does it just suck ?

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I used C++ Builder for about a month and never knew it had code completion, I bet this is why :)

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Have you gone into options/editor and lowered the number of seconds to wait before displaying inline help?

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Have you gone into options/editor and lowered the number of seconds to wait before displaying inline help?


Yes, I lowered it to 0.1 seconds and only turned on code completion ONLY, and it still runs that slow.

I just don't understand why DevC++ is so fast....but Borland is so slow.

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I think it tries to parse the file every time it's supposed to pop something up. When I use Borland, I set it to not pop up automatically, and when I really would like it to pop up, I hit ctrl+spacebar. That way I get it when I want, and it doesn't harass me when I don't.

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