I was excited when I got to the point where I could start up a Suneido client from my Java Suneido server.
But ... as I soon realized, it was painfully slow. I wasn't panicking since it's still early stages, but it was nagging me. What if, like many people say, Java is just too slow?
I kept forgetting to try it at work on my Windows PC since at home I'm going though the Parallels virtual machine.
Finally I remembered, and ... big sigh of relief ... it's fast on my Windows PC. I haven't done any benchmarks but starting up the IDE seems roughly the same as with the cSuneido server.
I'm not quite sure why it's so slow with Parallels - that's a bit of a nuisance since I work on this mostly at home on my Mac. Maybe something to do with the networking? But at least I don't have a major speed issue (yet).
I'm also still running jSuneido from within Eclipse. That might make a difference too. One of these days I'll have to figure out how to run it outside the IDE!