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Okay, phpstorm. Open the folder...
Just give it a hot second...
*3 minutes later* YAY finally!

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  • 1
    And people complain about VS
  • 0
    Don't forget to exclude the node_modules directory :)
  • 0
    @CodeMasterAlex but that's from ms so is cool the complain... Everything else is always the best
  • 0
    Accuse your lazy computer instead?
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    @Lyniven

    My pc is lazy?

    Idk, for me samsung 960 pro is overkill to list me literally... 33 directories and few files
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    @DubbaThony I've a little 3yo hp envy with i5 and 8gb of ram, and so far, storm opens and indexes my projects very fast, even large ones laravel with up to 21 quite filled modules..
    Maybe u unlucky
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    @Lyniven

    So that's something wrong with exacly my copy of storm not in storm in general...

    Hmm.. I have this issue since I usue storm and I usued it on 2 different PCs (windows 7 and windows 7 lol) and issue survives OS reinstall. If directory has more than around 10-15 directories it just starts to slow down expotentially in this window....

    Will look into it what could cause it than. I thought this IDE just loves to be really slow in terms of scanning directories. Like **very** slow.
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    @DubbaThony mine goes very fast. It could also be because of your outdated OS?
    I never tried storm under any windows tho, only Linux (Fedora, manjaro, arch)
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    @Lyniven

    So it's likely that they wrote it for linux and for windows wrok-around'ed it.

    please, dont even bother trying to bs me that win7 is outdated and it causes things to crash. Maybe im die-hard never-ten guy, but Ive tried on win10 before I installed win7 too. But that was short period of few months when I tried to give win10 chance. It was failing me on every single freaking step.
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