Build 81 Hangs at times

Hej folks,

just wanted to let you know that to me Build 81 feels much slower overall. Though the loading times seem shorter or aren't there anymore ( with progress dialog). Re#er now seems to hang at random times. For instance while I am just editing or even formatting the file. (Reminds me of Visual Studio there ;)

Apart from that, its getting better and better :D

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Do over guys feel any slowdown of #81?

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"Guido Stinnez" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Hej folks,

>

just wanted to let you know that to me Build 81 feels much slower overall.

Though the loading times seem shorter or aren't there anymore ( with
progress dialog). Re#er now seems to hang at random times. For instance
while I am just editing or even formatting the file. (Reminds me of Visual
Studio there ;)
>

Apart from that, its getting better and better :D



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Yep, on files of 3000+ LOC it slows down significantly. I also experienced hangs.

As an extreme testing suite you can find DotNetMagic library (there is free source of older versions somewhere). These files are all large, poorly formatted and has a lot of redundant code. It uses unsafe, p/invoke and almost all other sorts of crap :)

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Ilya,

thanks for your suggestion. We're just looking for such a project to test
ReSharper on it ;)

"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Yep, on files of 3000+ LOC it slows down significantly. I also experienced

hangs.
>

As an extreme testing suite you can find DotNetMagic library (there is

free source of older versions somewhere). These files are all large, poorly
formatted and has a lot of redundant code. It uses unsafe, p/invoke and
almost all other sorts of crap :)


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Wow.I would hate to have that title. "Our Product was rated "Crappiest
Code!" and used for testing!"


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

>

thanks for your suggestion. We're just looking for such a project to test
ReSharper on it ;)

>

"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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>> Yep, on files of 3000+ LOC it slows down significantly. I also
>> experienced

hangs.

>>
>> As an extreme testing suite you can find DotNetMagic library (there is

free source of older versions somewhere). These files are all large,
poorly
formatted and has a lot of redundant code. It uses unsafe, p/invoke and
almost all other sorts of crap :)

>



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Until you look at source code, .NET Magic looks pretty good.

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Uhm.. Okay. Not to question your judgement, but I'm looking at it's source
right now and to be very honest, it looks pretty clean to me. I suppose I
must be looking at a different version or something ... aside from the fact
that like, EVERYTHING is declared as public (which ....isn't very good).
"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Until you look at source code, .NET Magic looks pretty good.



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if you REALLY want messy code, the messiest I ever saw was XtraBars and
XtraNavBar by DevComponents. Unfortunatly, they aren't free ....but they had
like ..NO carriage returns .. ( Of course I am exaggerating ), and
everything was left at default if at all possible, and not one single bit of
real intuitive commenting either, everything ran together, they put like,
ALL of the classes for one thing in a single file ( which is programatically
fine, I suppose, but in my opinion it makes managing things a bit harder )
and a bunch of other things. But it was a good product.


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

>

thanks for your suggestion. We're just looking for such a project to test
ReSharper on it ;)

>

"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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>> Yep, on files of 3000+ LOC it slows down significantly. I also
>> experienced

hangs.

>>
>> As an extreme testing suite you can find DotNetMagic library (there is

free source of older versions somewhere). These files are all large,
poorly
formatted and has a lot of redundant code. It uses unsafe, p/invoke and
almost all other sorts of crap :)

>



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I have latest public free version with source code (1.7.4), and I don't like the source. Anyway, it is a lot just a matter of taste :)

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Forgive the length of this thread. What do you not like about it? I'm still
pretty new to development, an opinion on the formatting ( both good or bad )
would be very welcome. If you decide to answer and would rather just do it
by email, my email is derek@btacinc.com .
I think the formatting is pretty decent, but like I said, I'm inexperienced
and would love your comments so I can review the way I write my own code.

"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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>I have latest public free version with source code (1.7.4), and I don't
>like the source. Anyway, it is a lot just a matter of taste :)


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"Derek" <derek@btacinc.com> wrote:

>if you REALLY want messy code, the messiest I ever saw was XtraBars and
>XtraNavBar by DevComponents. Unfortunatly, they aren't free ....but they had
>like ..NO carriage returns .. ( Of course I am exaggerating ), and
>everything was left at default if at all possible, and not one single bit of
>real intuitive commenting either, everything ran together, they put like,
>ALL of the classes for one thing in a single file ( which is programatically
>fine, I suppose, but in my opinion it makes managing things a bit harder )
>and a bunch of other things. But it was a good product.

I can second that. But in all fairness, can we be sure that source code they
provide to customers is 100% same code they use on daily basis? Maybe they
pre/post process it for delivery by removing comments, compressing spaces, etc.?

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