I have an average size VB.NET solution made out of 1 Windows application and 3 libraries. When compiling the solution, the libraries compile at what I consider a normal speed (even if they have been modified), but the compiler seems to hang on the application.
Bigger applications compiles 4 to 5 times faster.
Does anybody know of factors that can slow down the compilation time of a Windows application?
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