Is there a way to have ReSharper ignore C++ projects?

I have a Visual Studio (2005) solution that mixes both C# and C++ projects. When editing C++ code, the editor is terribly slow. When opening the C++ project by itself (no C# project), editing is fast. I suspect that ReSharper is to blame for the slowness in the former case. Am I right? If so, is there a way to have ReSharper ignore C++ code in mixed code projects? I am using ReSharper 4.0.

Thanks for any suggestions

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Hello kat,

Do you experience the same slowness if you disable ReSharper in Tools | Add-ins
?

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

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k> I have a Visual Studio (2005) solution that mixes both C# and C++
k> projects. When editing C++ code, the editor is terribly slow. When
k> opening the C++ project by itself (no C# project), editing is fast. I
k> suspect that ReSharper is to blame for the slowness in the former
k> case. Am I right? If so, is there a way to have ReSharper ignore C++
k> code in mixed code projects? I am using ReSharper 4.0.
k>
k> Thanks for any suggestions
k>


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When I diable ReSharper 4.0 from Tools/AddinManager, responsiveness of the C++ editor becomes normal.
I would define manually switching off ReSharper as a workaround, but not a solution to this problem, though. I would appreciate if this problem could be permanently fixed in a way that supports mixed code C#/C++ development and where C++ editing and debugging can be done without ReSharper interfering.

Thanks,
Kat

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The ReSharper is a great tool for C# development. I also use Visual Assist for C++ development. VA has a turn on/off function so I could turn it off while I'm working on C# projects. I don't need to restart the VStudio.
It would be great a similar function exists in ReSharper. Using Add-In manager isn't the ideal solution because I have to restart the VStudio.

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