This is driving me crazy! Every time I want to debug my code, the breakpoint does NOT turn solid red and when I hover over it, it has the following messages:
- The Breakpoint will not currently be hit. The source code is different form the original version.
- To allow the breakpoint to be hit when the source code is different, right-click on the breakpoint, choose 'location', and turn on 'allow the souce code to be different from the original version'
- To allow this for all breakpoints, disable the ooption 'require source files to exactly match the original version' under tools>option>debugging>general
In any case, I've also read about emptying a particular Cache folder, which I've done in the past to no avail. I sometimes modify the code behind, slightly, save, and it used to run/debug without problems (I'm attaching to process) then, I started getting this annoying message. How do I fix this? I don't understand what is mean by allowing the breakpoint to be hit when the souce code is different... I mean, of course it is different, I save it, and it used to execute it. How come it's not doing it now? On top of that, I right-clicked on the files and built that particular page (the entire solution is a Web Site solution (WSA), so it cannot be compiled as a whole)
PS In the past, I used to get 'not symbols have been loaded' or something like that... that does not appear anymore, but instead, I get the messages listed above. Any help/insight will be appreciated.