GTrz

I have Windows Vista Ultimate, the DSL tools installed, VS.NET 2005 SP1 with the final VS Sp1 vista update.

When I open the ※Workflow§ tab of the ※Process Editor§ of a ※Bug§ work item, and try to expand or collapse a shape, the CPU goes to 100% for couple of seconds, and then comes back.

And continues to go to a 100% for 2 or 3 seconds for each shape I click on.

I know graphics is CPU consuming, but I also know that a game like HALO2, with millions of graphics calculations and works fine in Xbox which is slower than my machine, comparing to a single TFS shape in a 5 step workflow :-)



Re: Team Foundation Server 每 Power Tools & Add-ons Process Editor -> Workflow (very slow on Vista)

Alan Cameron Wills

Hmm ... not happening for me.

Sounds like the sort of thing the line router might be guilty of - though there's nothing on the DSL Tools forum about it, that I can see.

Is it sensitive to where the boxes and lines are, relative to each other

Anyone else seeing this problem






Re: Team Foundation Server 每 Power Tools & Add-ons Process Editor -> Workflow (very slow on Vista)

Francis Cheung

I saw this behavior in previous (non-release) builds. I also noticed that repositioning transitions or states caused similiar processor churn. However I'm not able to reproduce in the release build of the Process Editor. Expanding and collapsing are almost instantanious.

I'll keep my eye out and do some more research.

-Francis





Re: Team Foundation Server 每 Power Tools & Add-ons Process Editor -> Workflow (very slow on Vista)

Alan Cameron Wills

It turns out this is a known bug with DSL Tools and Vista.

The fix is to uninstall DSL Tools and install the latest version of VS SDK.

Alan