I'm running VS 2005 SP1 with R# 2.5 b376 and 2-3 times a day I have to shut down VS and restart due to an OOM error. This doesn't seem to happen gradually, but rather quite suddenly. All of the sudden everything slows down to a crawl. R# won't analyze any code (just says "Analysis will begin shortly" forever) and after a short time the JetBrains debug reporting dialog starts popping up every time I type even one letter into VS. What I end up doing is clearing the caches in R# (if possible - sometimes VS just crashes when trying to do this) and chutting down VS then restarting. I also have the issue of R# not recognizing references, both included (dlls) and web references. So that, my projects compile and run fine, but R# constantly tells me it doesn't recognize methods and properties of the references... Clearing the cache and restarting fixes this temporarily, but this is also a major annoyance.
I did do a search in this forum and found several mentions of both of these issues, but no solid solution as of yet...? I did see somewhere that the team is working on the memory issue and had hoped to include fixes for this in 3.0. My company has already told me we don't have the budget to upgrade for the foreseeable future, so I'm wondering where I'm at as a paid owner of 2.5? At this point it's getting very close to unusable, since I spend a lot of time each day dealing with this issue rather than writing code, which is not good.
Here's more info, if useful:
Core 2 Duo 6600 2.4GHz
Windows XP Pro SP2
All of my projects are ASP.NET (C#). Most files, aspx and cs, are rarely over 300 lines of code. The project I'm currently working on is using ASP.NET Ajax 1.0 and the Ajax Control Toolkit, but no other dlls.
Any help would be appreciated to resolve this asap! Thanks -