Painfully slow building in 6.0

I'm using VS 2010 and Resharper 6.0.2151.53
Windows 7 x64
AMD Quad-core
4 GB RAM

We've got a solution that has 8 web projects and 24 C# projects.

Before installing Resharper all of the C# projects could be rebuilt in about 1 minute. Individual projects could do an incremental build in as little as 5-10 seconds depending on if any dependencies had to be rebuilt.

After installing Resharper an incremental build takes 5+ minutes, makes Visual Studio unresponsive and at various times during the build makes unreleated programs (eg. FireFox and Chrome) unresponsive for a few seconds at a time. I've noticed that during this time the hard drive activity light is on solid the entire time.

There is no indication in the lower right bar that ReSharper is doing anything (eg. Processing Assemblies/Source Files).

I discovered that if I change my web projects to NOT use project dependencies, but just plain file system dependencies the build time returns to normal. The problem with this is that when the web project's dependencies are rebuilt they don't get copied to the web project immediately which is important for a quick code-build-test-fix-build cycle.

This makes ReSharper completely unusable for us.

Another performance problem I've noticed is when loading the same solution it takes about 2 minutes from the launch of Visual Studio until it is usable. Most of this time is spent "Processing Source Files" for all of the javascript files we have in the web projects. We don't need ReSharper for our javascript, especially if it slows loading time so much.

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Original message URL: http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5303036#5303036

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Hello Blake,

Please see my response in ReSharper EAP forum. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I'm using VS 2010 and Resharper 6.0.2151.53
Windows 7 x64
AMD Quad-core
4 GB RAM
We've got a solution that has 8 web projects and 24 C# projects.

Before installing Resharper all of the C# projects could be rebuilt in
about 1 minute. Individual projects could do an incremental build in
as little as 5-10 seconds depending on if any dependencies had to be
rebuilt.

After installing Resharper an incremental build takes 5+ minutes,
makes Visual Studio unresponsive and at various times during the build
makes unreleated programs (eg. FireFox and Chrome) unresponsive for a
few seconds at a time. I've noticed that during this time the hard
drive activity light is on solid the entire time.

There is no indication in the lower right bar that ReSharper is doing
anything (eg. Processing Assemblies/Source Files).

I discovered that if I change my web projects to NOT use project
dependencies, but just plain file system dependencies the build time
returns to normal. The problem with this is that when the web
project's dependencies are rebuilt they don't get copied to the web
project immediately which is important for a quick
code-build-test-fix-build cycle.

This makes ReSharper completely unusable for us.

Another performance problem I've noticed is when loading the same
solution it takes about 2 minutes from the launch of Visual Studio
until it is usable. Most of this time is spent "Processing Source
Files" for all of the javascript files we have in the web projects. We
don't need ReSharper for our javascript, especially if it slows
loading time so much.

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Original message URL:
http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5303036#5303036



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