Possible to have Script Documents not expand, yet still have script debugging? RRS feed

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  • User1459655659 posted

    When I debug my ASP.NET project (using VS 2008), each time a page is refreshed the Script Documents folder/tree node is regenerated.  Our project uses a number of JS and CSS files, and when the page reloads I often have to wait for VS to repopulate the Script Documents node with each item and then redraw.

    I searched on this issue and one solution I found said to turn off script debugging.  Unfortunately, I need to be able to debug our scripts so this is not an option.

    Ideally, I wish the Scripts Documents node would always remain closed, as I've found that if it is closed and VS doesn't have to redraw the tree each time an item is added, it greatly improves performance.  Unfortunately, each time a page a reloaded the Scripts Documents tree node is recreated and it always is expanded.

    Is there another workaround to speed up the performance of the Scripts Documents folder being repopulated?




    Wednesday, April 28, 2010 8:15 PM

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