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Hi,
I develop vb.net projects, I used visual studio 2005 for one of my projects. The project seems to be in "committed " state, and does not responds to the changes made in the code. This problem starts after some 20-25 runs, during the debugging session.
 
Do I need to reinvent the wheel for my project?? Or is there any solution for this problem? Please Do answer, Thank you in advance.
 
-deveshdevil.kumar6@gmail.com
Posted 29-Oct-11 1:43am
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Richard MacCutchan at 29-Oct-11 7:53am
   
what do you mean by "committed" state? Have you done a complete rebuild of your project? Does it have dependencies that need to be rebuilt?
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Solution 2

I interpreted your question to mean that changes you made to the code are not reflected when you run the application. The most common cause for this is that you have one or more DLL projects and the recent code changes are on those projects. For whatever reason Visual Studio fails to copy over the updated DLLs to the exe folder (there have been various such bugs in recent versions of VS). A quick fix is to do a clean of the solution and to make sure that the changed DLLs are indeed copied over.
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Solution 1

By the term "Committed", I can assume that you may be using a version control tool like "VSS" or "Trotorise SVN" or some other tool. If so and if your code recently broke, then you can revert your recent changes (if they are not critical changes) and repeat only the recent changes again after ensuring the stability of the source.
 
Alternatively if the local source is only not working but the source on the reprository is stable, then you can check out (or pull the latest source) from repository to a new directory and then use some file comparison tools like "Compare It"(Google it) to compare those two and figure out the required/unwanted changes.
 
Hope it helps...
 
Thanks,
Kathir
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