I have a solution with 20 projects, and most have a dependency relationship with each other. Compilation time takes a long time (6-8 minutes - may seem minor, but it hurts a lot when testing), even with changes to only one of the projects. The solution is in development, so it has grown a lot, which worries me if this time increases much more.
The project in which the compilation is the most time consuming is the one that contains the entire WPF visual part (* .xaml and * .xaml.cs)
Is there any way to shorten this time?
Windows 10 64-bit, i7 2.7GHz, 16gb RAM. I use VS 2013.
I have already tested on SSD and HDD, I get similar results, nothing glaring difference in delay of the build. I've also changed the VS version, tested with VS2013, VS2015 and VS2017 RC, VS2013 is what works best for my solution .
I reiterate that it is a large project, I have more than 200
Windows WPF, which ends up leaving the build of the screen only project (which I mentioned earlier) slower. (not that others do not delay!)
I have already changed the settings several times, now I use the default, but I have already tried several things to try to shorten the compilation time, I did not get much results.