Poor performance with typed datasets

Build 84 performs very slow with WinForm class containing typed dataset.

Unfortunately I can't compare it with build 83, but current performance is
out of any reasonable limits.

Trying to declare new DataRow variable takes 30 seconds and 100% CPU load.

Is it a problem with this build or am I missing something?

Thanks.


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Yuri,

I think the performance depends on the size of the file with dataset.
TypeDataSet generator
usually produces quite large files, and ReSharper has currently a
performance problem with
large files. We're working to fix this issue.

"Yuri Nadestin" <yurinadestin@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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Build 84 performs very slow with WinForm class containing typed dataset.

>

Unfortunately I can't compare it with build 83, but current performance is
out of any reasonable limits.

>

Trying to declare new DataRow variable takes 30 seconds and 100% CPU load.

>

Is it a problem with this build or am I missing something?

>

Thanks.

>
>


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Switching off syntax highlighting brings performance back to normal.
Looks like the performance problem is in highlighting algorithm.

Thanks for prompt responce.
Yuri

"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Yuri,

>

I think the performance depends on the size of the file with dataset.
TypeDataSet generator
usually produces quite large files, and ReSharper has currently a
performance problem with
large files. We're working to fix this issue.

>

"Yuri Nadestin" <yurinadestin@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:c9p9fj$755$1@is.intellij.net...

Build 84 performs very slow with WinForm class containing typed dataset.

>

Unfortunately I can't compare it with build 83, but current performance

is

out of any reasonable limits.

>

Trying to declare new DataRow variable takes 30 seconds and 100% CPU

load.

>

Is it a problem with this build or am I missing something?

>

Thanks.

>
>

>
>


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