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I am working in Visual Studio 2012, and I can go through and write code fine, and IntelliSense even works well, but when I go to run the compiler after modifying the code the changes don't always take place until I build or rebuild my solution. this happens in visual studio 2012 web application.
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 30-Sep-13 15:20pm    
And how do you want it, to make the changes without the build? Hm...
—SA

This is not an issue. The code is not supposed to be always changed. You always need to build the project to make your changes their way to the compiled code. There is another option: to run the application without compilation, but if the compilation is needed, Visual Studio will give you a request.

—SA
 
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[no name] 1-Oct-13 1:43am    
In 2010 I used to change code and save and hit refresh web page and the new changes are applied.
Check the configuration manager in your Build menu and see if the projects are selected to build is you start the application.

This may help,
Eduard
 
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[no name] 30-Sep-13 10:26am    
The Build is checked, configuration is Debug & Platform is Any CPU.

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