Alright - what I'm about to say is going to make you cry - but it is what I
ahve to work with so bear with me.
I'm now working with a codebase in which one particular file contains nearly
10,000 lines of code.
Stop. Deep breath.
OK - so. Resharper (not unexpectedly) takes FOREVER to re-analyze the file
whenever I make a change. I'm trying to examine options for improving this.
Splitting this class up into smaller units is not practical at this point as
it would involve changing a large amount of other code which uses it.
I was wondering if partial classes would help. I could split the code into
smaller individual files. By using partial classes, I solve the issue of
having to change existing code which uses this. My initial test with this
shows that Resharper did not improve with this. I moved a small section out
into a partial class and the performance was just as bad. I assume
Resharper is completely re-creating the entire class structure when
I may just have to turn resharper off for this, simply for the sake of my
sanity. Any suggestions on what could be done to improve resharper