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Find out what module is taking so long to compile

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UJ
Is there a way when using Visual Studio 2005 to find out how long each
module (file) takes to compile? I have a program that takes over a minute to
build and I want to get it faster but it would be nice to know which one is
taking the longest so I'm not just hacking in the dark to try and make
changes.

TIA - Jeff.
Feb 5 '07 #1
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Hello UJ,
>Is there a way when using Visual Studio 2005 to find out how long each
module (file) takes to compile? I have a program that takes over a minute
to build and I want to get it faster but it would be nice to know which
one is taking the longest so I'm not just hacking in the dark to try and
make changes.
Have you tried looking at the Output window in VS? Bring it up via View |
Output and if necessary switch it to the "Build" output via the combo box
in its toolbar. For each assembly that has been built, there should be a
line there saying something like "Time Elapsed 00:00:00.38".
Oliver Sturm
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http://www.sturmnet.org/blog
Feb 12 '07 #2

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