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ResourceManager efficiency

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I am doing all I can to get a .NET app up and running as quickly as
possible (as in, get it onscreen and ready for input, not as in,
trying to code it up). I see that 5% of the startup time is spent in
calls to the ResourceManager.InternalGetSatelliteAssembly, for calls
to GetString and GetObject. I am wondering if anyone knows if it would
be more efficient to get a ResourceSet and get items from it instead.
We only have one supported culture currently and the resources are in
the main assembly. I read about using the
NeutralResourcesLanguageAttribute tag, but it did not seem applicable
in this case.

thanks for any help you can give!

Feb 2 '07 #1
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