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GeneralVersioning in Visual Studio 2005 Pin
BuckBrown23-Apr-08 10:08
BuckBrown23-Apr-08 10:08 
Hi,

I'm using Visual Studio 2005 C++/CLI. I have an application that I would like to create a new version of. Obviously I don't want to recreate a bunch of dialog boxes, etc., so I copied my application from c:/Visual Studio 2005 Applications/myAppVersion1/myApp to c:/Visual Studio 2005 Applications/myAppVersion2/myApp. Here is my problem... I click on c:/Visual Studio 2005 Applications/myAppVersion2/myApp.sln to bring up Visual Studio 2005. Then I clean and rebuild the solution but when I run myApp there is a line that gets the current directory System::IO::Directory::GetCurrentDirectory() and it uses the directory for myAppVersion1. If I am running the solution from myAppVersion2 directory then why does GetCurrentDirectory() return the myAppVersion1 directory?

Thanks,

Buck
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