Last post Apr 03, 2012 10:27 AM by emil_bg
Jan 21, 2010 03:39 PM|emil_bg|LINK
I have web project and and 3 reference project working as sub project(class library) of that web app.
when I do coding in the sub projects, VS2008 delays, even If I want to copy paste a line 10 times sequentially.
between each paste, VS taking a breath like 10 secs. Is there anyone having same problem?
I googled it and installed some hotfixes but none helped really. btw, this delay or slow coding doesnt occur for
aspx.vb classes (main web project but only for class library)
VS 20008 slow coding
Jan 24, 2010 11:21 AM|TATWORTH|LINK
Some general points:
Jan 24, 2010 12:03 PM|emil_bg|LINK
thanks for your reply but I have 64-bit core2quad 2.83 ghz cpu 8gb ram, 500gb disk. I use VS2008 and Team foundation server2008. I am not sure, if it is someting to do with TFS, because I feel like whenever I do changes, It is kinda interacting with TFS.
I am really not good at that TFS, thats why I dont know what kinda problem I may have if it causes problem.
well, honestly I thought thats a general problem, not only me but most of the people have. Because as I researched on google, many people complain about it and give suggestions but unfortunately most of them are useless.
As I said ,that slow coding occurs only for modules(class library), but not for aspx.vb classes. maybe because of they are referenced to main website project?
Jan 24, 2010 12:24 PM|TATWORTH|LINK
You mention using TFS; is this slowness when the first change is made to a file or on all changes?
Have you checked your temporary files?
You mention working with ASP.NET website, have you tried changing to an Asp.Net Application?
Jan 26, 2010 03:03 AM|Thomas Sun – MSFT|LINK
To eliminate the possibility that TFS causes the issue, if you can create simple test projects without using TFS, does it have the same issue? If it not, it seems that it relates to TFS, VS takes too much time to check out the file from TFS.
If so, you can ask the issue on
http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en/tfsgeneral/threads, which has many TFS experts.
Jan 27, 2010 05:53 PM|emil_bg|LINK
it is not for first check out but during whole programming on a class. anyway i think it is not tfs problem because I tried by unbinding the project and problem was still exist.
I cleaned VS temporary files and even disabled my anti virus+firewall. so it didnt make still any change.
sorry I always confuse with these, I am using already asp,net web app instead asp.net website. otherwise I wouldnt have other class projects binded on my solution thought.
Jan 27, 2010 05:58 PM|emil_bg|LINK
thanks for that information but I tried my project unbinded from tfs but still I have the problem.
even inside class, if I try to do 2 times enter sequantially for new lines, there is at least 3 secs delay
I think it is not normally. I appreciate for any other idea? I re-installed everything but nothing changed, I have even totaly new pc as I wrote the futures above.
May 11, 2010 04:01 PM|emil_bg|LINK
while this issue of me hasnt been resolved yet. I would like to give some other points
- I started using VS 2010 premium latest version not RC, and problem exist also on 2010
- I have 1 web app and 4 class libraries project on my solution.1 of these 4 class library projects is master
Project. this slow typing occurs only within that master class project. other 3 class library projects have
reference on this master class library. when i unload these 3 library projects. i can type quite fast.
Is there any solution for that?
May 12, 2010 07:34 AM|TATWORTH|LINK
Have you cleared down your temp directories?
May 12, 2010 09:18 AM|emil_bg|LINK
yes I cleared it but unfortunately it didnt help.
May 12, 2010 12:37 PM|TATWORTH|LINK
I think you need to report your problem to Microsoft at
Please be very explicit as to all the steps you have taken to resolve this issue your self.
After reporting on MSConnect, please post a link to your report on this thread.
Sep 15, 2010 05:00 PM|emil_bg|LINK
I believe I found where the problem lies! according to the my research, other programmers say that if you have too many properties and serializeable classes with those properties in you class library project, then you encounter with that slow typing problem.
my class library has about 20 client side webservice interface. so each of them has between 5-15 serializable classes which I generate using xsd.exe. Beside that there are like over 50 common manually made object classes with several properties. Do you think
that is really the problem? what would be the solution? should I create 20 class libraries for each client side webservice interface. that will make 20dlls for my website. using too many dlls as reference? is that advantage or disadvantage? please let me know.
Apr 03, 2012 10:27 AM|emil_bg|LINK
I am just replying my old post. This was nothing to do with my projects directly but VS has such a bad background compiling for Visual Basic only, not for C#. once your projects get larger, you start having that slowness :( i hope they will come with a better
way of working on new VS 11