Sllooowww R#

Is is possible to make R# a bit faster somehow?
I can't belive C# as a language is that complex that R# works as slow as it
is right now.

IntelliJ is incredible fast and has lots more features and refactoring
stuff.
Eclipse is incomparable faster than VS+Resharper.
VS2003+Resharper1.5 is extremly fast as well.
VS2005 is also faster that VS2003. However after I install Resharper I fell
like developing in slow motion. Every keystroke takes ages to appear. I can
only type at half the speed I'm used to type as I have to read the screen to
see them appearing. Even if I just type a text inside a string or a comment
I still feel it slow.
The larger the file is the slower R# is.

Is there anything I can do about this? Disable some refactorings I never use
(eg: Invert If) ...
It would be nice to be able to enable/disable all types of refactorings to
save memory and improve performance on code analysis.

Can you do that?

Thanks,
Corneliu.

PS>> I'm using a XP on a 3.2Ghbox with 2Gb ram, very clean and fast box with
no other addins in a solution with about 1000 classes.


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Corneliu,

Unfortunately I cannot reproduce such slowness. For me, recent builds of
ReSharper work with normal speed. There can be something in your configuration/projects
that slow down the system. Could you please disable error highlighting (ReSharper

Options > Highlighting > Enable Highlighting and see if it makes any difference?


Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Is is possible to make R# a bit faster somehow?
I can't belive C# as a language is that complex that R# works as slow
as it
is right now.
IntelliJ is incredible fast and has lots more features and refactoring
stuff.
Eclipse is incomparable faster than VS+Resharper.
VS2003+Resharper1.5 is extremly fast as well.
VS2005 is also faster that VS2003. However after I install Resharper I
fell
like developing in slow motion. Every keystroke takes ages to appear.
I can
only type at half the speed I'm used to type as I have to read the
screen to
see them appearing. Even if I just type a text inside a string or a
comment
I still feel it slow.
The larger the file is the slower R# is.
Is there anything I can do about this? Disable some refactorings I
never use
(eg: Invert If) ...
It would be nice to be able to enable/disable all types of
refactorings to
save memory and improve performance on code analysis.
Can you do that?

Thanks,
Corneliu.

PS>>> I'm using a XP on a 3.2Ghbox with 2Gb ram, very clean and fast box
PS>>> with
PS>>>

no other addins in a solution with about 1000 classes.



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This happens to me too, especially after having worked for a few hours
(RS gets slower and slower). After a while, I'm typing much too fast for
the IDE to keep track. I usually shut down VS and restart at this point.

I was asking myself whether logging could have something to do with that
(posting of the 1st of April), but didn't get a reply yet.

Cheers,
Philipp



Valentin Kipiatkov (JetBrains) wrote:

Corneliu,

Unfortunately I cannot reproduce such slowness. For me, recent builds of
ReSharper work with normal speed. There can be something in your
configuration/projects that slow down the system. Could you please
disable error highlighting (ReSharper

>> Options > Highlighting > Enable Highlighting and see if it makes any
>> difference?


Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>> Is is possible to make R# a bit faster somehow?
>> I can't belive C# as a language is that complex that R# works as slow
>> as it
>> is right now.
>> IntelliJ is incredible fast and has lots more features and refactoring
>> stuff.
>> Eclipse is incomparable faster than VS+Resharper.
>> VS2003+Resharper1.5 is extremly fast as well.
>> VS2005 is also faster that VS2003. However after I install Resharper I
>> fell
>> like developing in slow motion. Every keystroke takes ages to appear.
>> I can
>> only type at half the speed I'm used to type as I have to read the
>> screen to
>> see them appearing. Even if I just type a text inside a string or a
>> comment
>> I still feel it slow.
>> The larger the file is the slower R# is.
>> Is there anything I can do about this? Disable some refactorings I
>> never use
>> (eg: Invert If) ...
>> It would be nice to be able to enable/disable all types of
>> refactorings to
>> save memory and improve performance on code analysis.
>> Can you do that?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Corneliu.

PS>>> I'm using a XP on a 3.2Ghbox with 2Gb ram, very clean and fast box
PS>>> with
PS>>>

>> no other addins in a solution with about 1000 classes.
>>


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I never had any problem with RS slowing down anything while typing. Since
I'm not using any IntelliSense/completion feature from RS (I use Visual
Assist X for this and multi-paste, RS for everything else :), maybe that's
where the problem comes from?


Regards,

Lionel


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I see that slowness, too. At startup it is ok, but after some time it
begins to slow down. Every key stroke takes a noticeable fraction of a
second until it appears on the screen. Maybe there is something left
that accumulates, like an event handler that is added, but not removed?
I have not yet found out if this is tied to a specific operation. Next
time I observe this I will try disabling error highlighting or other things.

Andreas

Valentin Kipiatkov (JetBrains) schrieb:

Corneliu,

Unfortunately I cannot reproduce such slowness. For me, recent builds of
ReSharper work with normal speed. There can be something in your
configuration/projects that slow down the system. Could you please
disable error highlighting (ReSharper

>> Options > Highlighting > Enable Highlighting and see if it makes any
>> difference?


Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>> Is is possible to make R# a bit faster somehow?
>> I can't belive C# as a language is that complex that R# works as slow
>> as it
>> is right now.
>> IntelliJ is incredible fast and has lots more features and refactoring
>> stuff.
>> Eclipse is incomparable faster than VS+Resharper.
>> VS2003+Resharper1.5 is extremly fast as well.
>> VS2005 is also faster that VS2003. However after I install Resharper I
>> fell
>> like developing in slow motion. Every keystroke takes ages to appear.
>> I can
>> only type at half the speed I'm used to type as I have to read the
>> screen to
>> see them appearing. Even if I just type a text inside a string or a
>> comment
>> I still feel it slow.
>> The larger the file is the slower R# is.
>> Is there anything I can do about this? Disable some refactorings I
>> never use
>> (eg: Invert If) ...
>> It would be nice to be able to enable/disable all types of
>> refactorings to
>> save memory and improve performance on code analysis.
>> Can you do that?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Corneliu.

PS>>> I'm using a XP on a 3.2Ghbox with 2Gb ram, very clean and fast box
PS>>> with
PS>>>

>> no other addins in a solution with about 1000 classes.
>>


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How goes the C# IDE BTW?


"Corneliu I. Tusnea" <me@me.com> wrote in message
news:e0v4eu$bhs$1@is.intellij.net...

Is is possible to make R# a bit faster somehow?
I can't belive C# as a language is that complex that R# works as slow as
it is right now.

>

IntelliJ is incredible fast and has lots more features and refactoring
stuff.
Eclipse is incomparable faster than VS+Resharper.
VS2003+Resharper1.5 is extremly fast as well.
VS2005 is also faster that VS2003. However after I install Resharper I
fell like developing in slow motion. Every keystroke takes ages to appear.
I can only type at half the speed I'm used to type as I have to read the
screen to see them appearing. Even if I just type a text inside a string
or a comment I still feel it slow.
The larger the file is the slower R# is.

>

Is there anything I can do about this? Disable some refactorings I never
use (eg: Invert If) ...
It would be nice to be able to enable/disable all types of refactorings to
save memory and improve performance on code analysis.

>

Can you do that?

>

Thanks,
Corneliu.

>

PS>> I'm using a XP on a 3.2Ghbox with 2Gb ram, very clean and fast box
with no other addins in a solution with about 1000 classes.

>



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I see the same thing there, gets slower the longer I use it until it's completely unusable... 224 is working great though!

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This happens to me too, especially after having worked for a few hours
(RS gets slower and slower). After a while, I'm typing much too fast
for the IDE to keep track. I usually shut down VS and restart at this
point.


Definitely, I get this too, after a couple of hours straight work the typiing
becomes noticeably slower. Restarting VS brings it back to ormal speed again.


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Maybe it helps to know that I have 3 solutions and some dependencies between
them:
1. Core
2. External
3. Main

External depends on Code
Main depends on External and Core.

I usually have 3 VSs open and work in 2 or sometimes three solutions. If I
change something, I just recompile the dependent solutions. I do this quite
often. Maybe reloading of changed dlls is when R# gets slow (memory leaks?,
multiple subscriptions to events?)

Cheers,
Corneliu.



"Corneliu I. Tusnea" <me@me.com> wrote in message
news:e0v4eu$bhs$1@is.intellij.net...

Is is possible to make R# a bit faster somehow?
I can't belive C# as a language is that complex that R# works as slow as
it is right now.

>

IntelliJ is incredible fast and has lots more features and refactoring
stuff.
Eclipse is incomparable faster than VS+Resharper.
VS2003+Resharper1.5 is extremly fast as well.
VS2005 is also faster that VS2003. However after I install Resharper I
fell like developing in slow motion. Every keystroke takes ages to appear.
I can only type at half the speed I'm used to type as I have to read the
screen to see them appearing. Even if I just type a text inside a string
or a comment I still feel it slow.
The larger the file is the slower R# is.

>

Is there anything I can do about this? Disable some refactorings I never
use (eg: Invert If) ...
It would be nice to be able to enable/disable all types of refactorings to
save memory and improve performance on code analysis.

>

Can you do that?

>

Thanks,
Corneliu.

>

PS>> I'm using a XP on a 3.2Ghbox with 2Gb ram, very clean and fast box
with no other addins in a solution with about 1000 classes.

>



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until a few days ago I was using VS2008 with r # 4.5 and everything worked fine, I converted the project with vs2010 and everything works, since I installed the trial of r # 5 I can not work: (
Vs has become very, very slow and contextual menus open after a long time .. I think the problem is the new version of R #, because uninstalling it vs2010 working properly

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