[1283] R#, VB.NET 9.0 and TFS

There seems to be a big problem when you have vb.NET in the mix.  I can run
well for about 4 hours before getting an OOM error (yes, with the wrapper.).
However, I can cause one any time that I want by getting the current code
from TFS.  This will ALWAYS cause an OOM error.


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Hello David
     Could you please describe your solution? How many projects are there? What types of projects does your solution contain? What's the average size (in terms of lines of code) of the source files? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky

Support Engineer

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"
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The solution has a 11 projects in all .NET 3.5.  There is one web site,
three database projects (no compiled code - used for source control only),
three executable assemblies, a report assembly and three DLLs.  The web site
is a mix of VB.NET and C# (mostly VB.NET), while two of the DLL's are C#,
the third is a resource DLL (no code, all scripts, stylesheets and images).
Two of the excecutable assemblies are pure VB.NET and the third is C#.

In the web site, the VB.NET code is an average of somewhere in the order
3000 lines for both the HTML and the code behind files.  The C# pages are
averaging at about 500 lines of HTML and 50-150 lines of C#. (We are
converting the VB.NET pages one-by-one to C# and fixing the size problems.)
There are approx. 200 images, 20 PDF files (ave 35KB),  150-175 pages, and
10 user controls in the web site.

The DLL's and EXE;s files run on average at about 150 lines of code.

"Andrey Serebryansky" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Hello David
Could you please describe your solution? How many projects are there? What
types of projects does your solution contain? What's the average size (in
terms of lines of code) of the source files? Thank you!

>

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

>

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