Can someone explain why the Delphi IDE is attempting to access 600K files/directories in less than five minutes?

Can someone explain why the Delphi IDE is attempting to access 600K files/directories in less than five minutes? More so, why it keeps accessing the same paths over and over? Am I missing a search path?

9 thoughts on “Can someone explain why the Delphi IDE is attempting to access 600K files/directories in less than five minutes?


  1. Wish the Path column was a little wider to see what files are trying to be accessed. Looks like it’s trying to create files in different places and failing and retrying over and over.

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  2. My guess would be that you have the Refactoring feature open while this happens. The .Net part of the IDE is quite busy accessing many files on the hard disk. Actually it seems to be more a problem of .Net itself and not the IDE.


    On the other hand it’s quite normal to have a large amount of file access logged via ProcMon as it also logs the whole process of parsing folders and subfolders, getting file attributes etc. before the actual file access happens.

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