Topic: Indexing very very slow if one file is missing (instead of error)
By chance, I remarked that the indexing becomes very very slow if a source file is registered in the project but is not present in the appropriate folder. It was during the build of a shared library, using the last version of SF (2.37). By "very very slow", I mean a speed of indexation divided by 10 or 20 (or more)...
Instead, I would prefer an error (message from the IDE).
Moreover (this is an additional request), for some large project (involving let say many hundreds of Fortran module files), the indexing is pretty long (2 minutes in my case). Perhaps this time cannot be reduced, but the Makefile generation should be blocked during this indexing, isn't it? Else, the generated Makefile doesn't contain the good dependencies between modules and this can lead to errors. What about that? I just noticed that, if we launch the build before the end of indexing, the display of the output is somewhat slow; in some situations, the IDE claims something like "this work cannot be done because the IDE is busy", but not always.