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Extremely slow web site build in VS 2005

I'm using Visual Studio 2005 professional edition and try to build a
web site built in c#.
The solution consists of about 20 class library projects and one web
site. The web site references the class libraries in the project to
project fashion.

My problem starts when I try to build the solution. The compilation of
the projects completes fast, but after that visual studio goes into an
idle state for about 30 seconds before it compiles the next project. It
is of course impossible to work with build times like this.

I have also tries to split the class libraries and the web sites into
two different solutions. When doing this the class libraries builds
fast, but the web site still build slow. In this case the web site
references the class libraries with update set to auto.

I have seen different solutions to similar problems suggesting batch
build should be turned on and that autotoolboxpopulate should be turned
off. These settings have not affected the problem.

So please has anyone a solution for this problem

Dec 6 '05 #1
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I have a small winform app that does the same thing -- it compiles quickly,
then freezes for about 15 seconds.
(I'm using beta2 - I thought that was the issue, but maybe not...)
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I'm using Visual Studio 2005 professional edition and try to build a
web site built in c#.
The solution consists of about 20 class library projects and one web
site. The web site references the class libraries in the project to
project fashion.

My problem starts when I try to build the solution. The compilation of
the projects completes fast, but after that visual studio goes into an
idle state for about 30 seconds before it compiles the next project. It
is of course impossible to work with build times like this.

I have also tries to split the class libraries and the web sites into
two different solutions. When doing this the class libraries builds
fast, but the web site still build slow. In this case the web site
references the class libraries with update set to auto.

I have seen different solutions to similar problems suggesting batch
build should be turned on and that autotoolboxpopulate should be turned
off. These settings have not affected the problem.

So please has anyone a solution for this problem

Dec 6 '05 #2
I have found a solution for my problem and if any one of you would like
to have a look at it, here is the link to the solution:
http://forums.asp.net/1123795/ShowPost.aspx

Dec 7 '05 #3

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