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QuestionWhy rebuild everything? Pin
Carl Mercier15-Jan-04 4:13
Carl Mercier15-Jan-04 4:13 
Hi,

I have this huge solution containing over 20 projects (mixed VB and C#) I always develop in "Debug" mode and deploy in "Release" as I am sure all of you do.

Here's my problem:

Let's say I deploy my application in Release. When I come back to make some changes, I go back in Debug mode. When I'm done with my changes, for example only in my UI project, I return to Release, I expect to recompile only this UI project and distribute only this file (.exe in this case).

The problem is that VS.NET won't let me do this. If I try to compile the UI only, I get all sort of errors, just as the other assemblies are not compiled and I need to recompile ALL projects in order for the UI to be able to build. Take note that all my assemblies are signed (if that matters).

What am I doing wrong? I'd like to distribute only the files that have changed (and the assemblies that reference them since my files are signed). It is really a pain in the neck to distribute all the DLLs all the time. Please help me save some bandwidth Poke tongue | ;-P

Thanks for your help!

Carl
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