To create the solution containing the PCF component, we need to create the solution project and add the component to the solution. Then we need to call "msbuild /t:restore" and then "msbuild". No problem until here.
Later on, when I want to create a new version of the component, I increment the version in the manifest, and the I need to call the "msbuild" command again, right?
My problem is: calling the msbuild takes about "3:11" Minutes every time. The bundling of the js file is fast, but then it takes 3 minutes where I see no update on the screen.
I take a coffee, I come back, and it's still generating.
I wonder if I am the only one with this problem. Maybe the VS2019 installed on my computer could cause some issues? Or I just need a new laptop
Is there a way to speed up the generation of the solution update? Is it ok to modify the content of the solution.zip just replacing the js webresource? Or maybe there is another way?
To Devendra's third point, can you please run 'nuget source list' on a command-line (where nuget is in the path) and let us know how many sources you have registered on that machine?
You can also try running 'msbuild /t:build /verbosity:diag' to see if you can tell where the time is being spent. If you are ok sending us these logs, that would be helpful as well.
Thanks a lot.
Today I'm using it for the first time in HomeOffice, and it turns out that the problem occurs only when I'm in the office.
I actually have another nuget feed configured (company internal). I'll investigate the issue (using the "verbosity") next week when I'm in the office again, since in homeoffice the msbuild takes only 12 seconds (yay) 🙂
@Craig-MSFT Hi, I have the following packages:
1. "nuget.org": https://api.nuget.org/v3/index.json,
3. an company internal feed, and
3. "Microsoft Visual Studio Offline Packages"
I've tried to delete the company internal feed, but it is takes still more than 3 minutes when I'm in the office.
If I try to stop the msbuild task, it seems to be executing the "Exec" task, showing me (sorry for the german words, but you'll get the idea)
,3): warning MSB4220: Warten auf Abbruch der aktuell ausgeführten Aufgabe "Exec".
Executing the msbuild using the /verbosity:diag I get the conclusion:
Leistungszusammenfassung fr das Ziel: 0 ms _GetProjectJsonPath 2 Aufrufe 0 ms CollectPackageReferences 2 Aufrufe 1 ms EnableIntermediateOutputPathMismatchWarning 2 Aufrufe 1 ms _GetRestoreProjectStyle 2 Aufrufe 19 ms MutateCdsSolutionAssets 1 Aufrufe 19 ms _CheckForInvalidConfigurationAndPlatform 2 Aufrufe 23 ms CopyCdsSolutionContent 1 Aufrufe 189826 ms Build 2 Aufrufe 190748 ms CdsResolveReferences 1 Aufrufe Leistungszusammenfassung fr die Aufgabe: 2 ms Message 9 Aufrufe 15 ms MutateCdsSolutionAssets 1 Aufrufe 34 ms Copy 2 Aufrufe 189824 ms Exec 2 Aufrufe 190714 ms MSBuild 1 Aufrufe Der Buildvorgang wurde erfolgreich ausgefhrt. 0 Warnung(en) 0 Fehler Verstrichene Zeit 00:03:11.45
Do you have any idea where I can look for the problem? I've tried setting all kinds of proxy settings, but I have no luck.
Years ago on Java projects (so an awful lot of small files) I used to have a problem with the corporate anti-virus kicking in everytime the compiler loaded a file - it resulted in compile times of hours rather than a minute. Could that be the issue?
It could be the antivirus, but then I don't understand why it works fast when I'm home. I use the same machine.
I've also tried all kinds of proxy settings, but nothing helped.
Hi @Pankajj ,
Not really. In HomeOffice I have no problem... so I have't seen that in a while.
Sometimes my Build took even more: 8-9 Minutes.
I suspect the antivirus right now... But I don't really get it, why in HomeOffice I don't have Problems.
But I also had some problems with the nuget feed, because we have our own feeds, and they were somehow blocking. Now I've added a "NuGet.config" in the project root, where I clear the other feeds, and let only the needed one. I had the feeling that it helped, but I don't remember very well. In case you suspect the same problem, I can send you the content of the nuget.config.
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