RE: [altdotnet] Re: R# + plugins = hell
- That may not be R#'s fault but the system recycler.
Try emptying your recycle bin. If the problem goes away, then reduce the
size of the recycle bin down to something much smaller. A few hundred megs
Basically, it looks like the Windows recycle bin code does some kind of
linear search through its list of deleted files to figure out which ones to
purge when the recycle bin gets close to full. This can take a VERY long
time and will block applications that are waiting for the delete to occur.
Fragmentation can also be a problem in development environments. Lots of
little files getting edited and extended and moved around. I've seen
fragmentation upwards of 30% on dev machines.
Or... it could be R#'s fault after all. You might try disabling the
solution-wide analysis feature if it isn't already.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf
Of Tim Scott
Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2008 2:39 PM
Subject: [altdotnet] Re: R# + plugins = hell
The only problem I have is that it takes a long time to delete a file.
Sometimes 2-3 minutes, and VS is locked up during that time. If I delete
(or move) several files, it's time for for a break. I have started
excluding from the project then deleting via the file system/Tortoise. Very
big pain. Anyone else have this experience?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Brad Mellen-Crandell"
> Ahh. This solution has three website projects in it - which is a
> problem in itself.
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On
> Behalf Of Bill Barry
> Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2008 9:21 AM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [altdotnet] R# + plugins = hell
> Is it a website project or a web application project.
> I've found that I only have a problem opening website projects (for
> instance opening DotNetNuke really sucks).
> Paul Cowan wrote:
> I am running VS8, R# 4.0, VisualVSN, Testdrivendevelopment, dottrace
> and all is not well.
> VS constantly locks and I don't think it is VS because I started
> running vs when it first came out and I could not use R# etc. until
> they came onbard.
> VS contantly locks on me, it hangs, it takes an age to start.
> I often have to kill the process.
> I just pressed [ctrl] [shft] and T to open a master page and was
> waiting for over 50 seconds.ideal
> Worse still, the inline menu remained on screen no matter what
> application was the uppermost window.
> My dev. machine has 2gb of ram and dual core which is less than
> but still should be able to run this combination.------------------------------------
> Is it just me or are others having similar nightmares?
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- Do you get same result with shift-deleting then deleting the files?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Tim Scott" <tscott@...> wrote:
> The only problem I have is that it takes a long time to delete a file.
> Sometimes 2-3 minutes, and VS is locked up during that time. If I
> delete (or move) several files, it's time for for a break. I have
> started excluding from the project then deleting via the file
> system/Tortoise. Very big pain. Anyone else have this experience?