Really slow debugging with Resharper

Hi,
I've seen some posts regarding performance of ReSharper debugging when in conjunction with Visual Assist. However I have Resharper on two computers, neither of which have Visual Assist installed. I occasionally (about half the time) experience very slow debugging when ReSharper is loaded (~5-10 seconds for each debugging step). Unloading ReSharper fixes the problem immediately. I usually unload RS when I debug, but it can take time to reload, and is generally annoying. I experienced this in version 4, and it's still not fixed in 4.5, so that's why I'm posting.
Anyone else run into this?
Max

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One of two steps below helped me with slowness when debugging unit tests:
1. Remove YourSolution.4.0.resharper.user file.
2. Recreate solution .sln file (create new one and add existing projects).

Hope it will help with your issue.

Hi,

I've seen some posts regarding performance of ReSharper debugging when
in conjunction with Visual Assist. However I have Resharper on two
computers, neither of which have Visual Assist installed. I
occasionally (about half the time) experience very slow debugging when
ReSharper is loaded (~5-10 seco

nds for each debugging step). Unloading ReSharper fixes the problem
immediately. I usually unload RS when I debug, but it can take time to
reload, and is generally annoying. I experienced this in version 4,
and it's still not fixed in 4.5, so that's why I'm posting.

Anyone else run into this?



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Hello,

2. Recreate solution .sln file


R# does not have any "hidden" data to be deleted this way, removing .sln.resharper
will suffice.
There is, however, Visual Studio per-solution settings data stored in the
.suo file. Deleting the .suo file is helpful in a large number of situations,
so this could be the case.


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”




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Hello,

This behavior is not too common. We had a number of reports, but do not know
of any solutions yet.


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”


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