Since installing R# 2019.3, my Unit Test performance is very poor (compared to R# 2019.2.x) when the Unit Test in question generates content for the Output window. The tests are NUnit based, on a set of C# .Net Framework projects.
I've tried changing the "Limit auto-loaded output" R# setting (increasing the value) and I think this may help. I also tried disabling the dotCover extension, but that seemed to make no difference.
For the moment I've removed the
in my test setup. This allows my tests to perform at an acceptable speed ... but with the massive downside that if a test fails, I'll get no immediate feedback.
Is there something I'm missing here? Some change in R# behaviour that I should consider?