I have been using R# since v2. I have been getting extensive out of memory exceptions since v4. When I updated to v4.5 I got more. When I updated to v4.5.1 it became much more frequent. I had hoped that with v5, the most painful thing in my development day would go away, well sure enough it has not.
I have read nearly all the other posts on the forums regarding this issue. I have submitted literally hundreds of exceptions by the defect submitter in R#.
I work on a solution that is now 25 projects. It is a WinForms solution. It has over 2000 files. We use entity framework and it has a very large model. I exclude all the model files from R# (just to cut down on memory). Since we use, EF we use LINQ extensively.
I have tried the wrapper solution in the past to no avail.
I have tried the /3GB switch but failed miserably I guess due to driver issues.
I can't go to 64bit as my company has not officially approved it yet.
I can never tell when it is going to start (after a full rebuild). I turn on the flag to view the memory usage but it will sometimes happen at 150MB and other times not until it hits nearly 400MB.
It seems to occur more often when I start to open up forms to view in the designer.
Even if I turn of solution analysis, it will still occur just takes a bit longer.
I lose so much per day rebooting and restarting that I am now at the point of NOT using R# anymore. I just can't if I have critical bugs to fix, even though R# helps me fix those bugs.
So with that out of the way......when is there going to be a solution to this problem? when is there going to be something that at least helps? Does anyone have any tricks