update: Helped as expected. If anybody has this problem: Simply make visual studio copy the .dll automaticly to another directory and use that for running your application.
six comments, already:
Just try ‘Clean Solution’ before your re-compile…
...should solve your Problem, so you don’t have to re-start VS
[Duncan Mac Leod] (link) - 22 03 06 - 11:59
yep, thx. But restarting is a lot faster than recompiling that huge project. :)
niko - 22 03 06 - 17:03
This would not have happened if you use VIM for developing, like real mean do.
mp - 23 03 06 - 15:33
My only gripe so far with VS 2005 is when you cancel a build, using either Ctrl+Break or with the menu, it can corrupt the .obj of the file it was compiling, and you either have to rebuild the project or solution, or find the file( which sucks in large projects ) and right click it in the Solution Explorer and compile the single file, then all is well.
spintz () (link) - 24 03 06 - 04:23
Could you post a download link with a new version soon?
Jonathon () - 24 03 06 - 14:33
Could you please set up a download link, or at least email me at( firstname.lastname@example.org)?
Jonathon () - 26 03 06 - 13:45