30 second freeze after each build?

Has anyone else noticed that build 206 causes VS.Net 2005 to freeze for a
few seconds after each build? I see the entire build process go by, but I
don't see the summary line saying X projects build, y projects failed, for
a while after the build completes. This behavior is new in 206.

Just wondering if it is me, or if anyone else has seen this?

205 seemed very good -- 206 seems to be a step back a bit...

bab


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I don't see that behavior, but I admit I'm working on a small prototype
app right now. Perhaps the behavior only exhibits itself in larger
applications.

"Brian Button" <bbutton@agilestl.com> wrote in message
news:885f1f9bdb0028c78327b4bf76b6@news.jetbrains.com:

Has anyone else noticed that build 206 causes VS.Net 2005 to freeze for a
few seconds after each build? I see the entire build process go by, but I
don't see the summary line saying X projects build, y projects failed, for
a while after the build completes. This behavior is new in 206.

>

Just wondering if it is me, or if anyone else has seen this?

>

205 seemed very good -- 206 seems to be a step back a bit...

>

bab



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Hello Chris,

CB> I don't see that behavior, but I admit I'm working on a small
CB> prototype app right now. Perhaps the behavior only exhibits itself
CB> in larger applications.

I have a large application (Enterprise Library if you've heard of that),
but it happens even when only building a single project.

Hmmmm...

bab


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I have experienced these freezes since first installation of Resharper. Resharper tries to reload dll after each build if the date of dll is changed. Since visual studio seems to change dates of dlls even without a big need this is a big problem when you have ant enterprise application with >50 projects in solution. So far no progress in this area from resharper developers. It is impossible to use Resharper for enterprise developmnet on a machine slower than 3Ghz and with less than 1 Gig of RAM since resharper is also very memory hungry

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Hi Andrius,

what ReSharper build you're using? ReSharper 1.x indeed reloads the DLL which are output of non-C# projects. But we've not implemented this functionality in 2.0 yet, so it's weird that this problem appears in 2.0

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Hello Dmitry,

Hi Andrius,

what ReSharper build you're using? ReSharper 1.x indeed reloads the
DLL which are output of non-C# projects. But we've not implemented
this functionality in 2.0 yet, so it's weird that this problem appears
in 2.0


I'm not Amdrius, but I originally reported the problem. I'm using 206, and
I see it after every build. Very aggravating, as it disrupts the red/green/refactor
rhythm. Should I log a bug about this?

bab


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I mm using #165. I Could not switch to 2.x because it does not reload dlls after builds, and in solution we use refferences to DLLs instead of projects. It is strange project is loaded in solution, I make changes to it, but another project in same solution which refferences by DLL does not see changes

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This functionality is simply not supported yet - as you understand it requires special support. Due to the performance problems with it which are discussed in this very thread, we've decided to invest more effort to it.

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Hi Brian,

sorry for confusion with names - the web interface for reading forums is far from ideal.

I currently have no idea why such delays may happen but we'll investigate it ASAP. Meantime do you use ReSharper Unit Test Runner? Not that I'm very curious but this may relate to the problem.

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Hello Dmitry,

Hi Brian,

sorry for confusion with names - the web interface for reading forums
is far from ideal.

I currently have no idea why such delays may happen but we'll
investigate it ASAP. Meantime do you use ReSharper Unit Test Runner?
Not that I'm very curious but this may relate to the problem.


Yes, I absolutely do use it. In fact, it is the runner I've been waiting
for all these many years :)

bab



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