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    Re: Great language support, but are you addressing the performance issues?

    Quote Originally Posted by anhall1 View Post
    Hi "real name",
    it's during (mixed) debugging, mostly cpp; c# for wpf only (see next)
    large mfc app, newly with some wpf dialog parts
    i do not name long nearly-deadlocks(?) often, they're random (in that time the rest of computer lives own life without problem)
    from history i'm used to this tricks: symbol path is usually empty (completely empty = no disabled items), not keeping unnecessary dll debug info (keeping list as small as possible), having minimum of breakpoints (and no disabled only), often closing not necessary source files opened, all intellisenses&co disabled, no pluggins like visual assist
    Last edited by real name; June 18th, 2010 at 04:27 AM.
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