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#Actualfastcall22

Posted 26 November 2012 - 02:19 PM

By default, the working directory of a project when run inside the IDE is the project directory ("$(ProjectDir)"); outside of the IDE, it is the directory containing the executable ("$(TargetDir)"). Double-check your program for safe handling of "missing" resources and other errors (print an error message, write to a file, and etc).

The working directory for the project in Visual Studio can be set under "General->Debugging" in the project properties. (Be sure to set it for all of your project configurations, otherwise you'll get a nasty surprise when you try to deploy your project!)

#2fastcall22

Posted 26 November 2012 - 02:18 PM

By default, the working directory of a project when run inside the IDE is the project directory ("$(ProjectDir)"); outside of the IDE, it is the directory containing the executable ("$(TargetDir)"). Double-check your program for safe handling of "missing" resources (print an error message, write to a file, and etc).

The working directory for the project in Visual Studio can be set under "General->Debugging" in the project properties. (Be sure to set it for all of your project configurations, otherwise you'll get a nasty surprise when you try to deploy your project!)

#1fastcall22

Posted 26 November 2012 - 02:18 PM

By default, the working directory of a project when run inside the IDE is the project directory ("
$(ProjectDir)
"); outside of the IDE, it is the directory containing the executable ("
$(TargetDir)
"). Double-check your program for safe handling of "missing" resources (print an error message, write to a file, and etc).

The working directory for the project in Visual Studio can be set under "General->Debugging" in the project properties. (Be sure to set it for all of your project configurations, otherwise you'll get a nasty surprise when you try to deploy your project!)

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