Crazy memory usage

I just made an solution wide rename of the application namespace in an ASP.NET application with about 40 pages. Nothing really special nor big. Quite simple kind of webmail app.
During rename the memory usage shown by R# rose from 51 Mb to an astounding 355 Mb, at which point VS2010 stopped reacting and froze. Had to kill and restart it.

Are those memory/performance problems going to cease one day? I can tell you, if those problems are not fixed in V6.0 our company will definitely NOT upgrade from 5.1 and stop using it at all. Its unbelievable that after 2 years of problem reports from many clients the performance problems still persist.

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Hello Andreas,

Which version of ReSharper are you using at the moment? Is this behavior
reproducible every time or this happened only once? For sure, we'll try reproducing
this behavior on our side and we will do our best to fix it. Thank you!

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

I just made an solution wide rename of the application namespace in an
ASP.NET application with about 40 pages. Nothing really special nor
big. Quite simple kind of webmail app.

During rename the memory usage shown by R# rose from 51 Mb to an
astounding 355 Mb, at which point VS2010 stopped reacting and froze.
Had to kill and restart it.

Are those memory/performance problems going to cease one day? I can
tell you, if those problems are not fixed in V6.0 our company will
definitely NOT upgrade from 5.1 and stop using it at all. Its
unbelievable that after 2 years of problem reports from many clients
the performance problems still persist.

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Yes, 100% reproduceable. Another thing which amazed me is how R# memory usage explodes when opening a mix of .js and .cs files. I have a nice project where you can repro all problems: http://www.afterlogic.org/download choose the .net version, download, unzip, open in vs2010, open some files and watch memory grow to 150-250 mb.

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