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When compiling my project, ~10 source files, and ~5 header files, without any alterations, VS6.0 (SP5.0) reports that the same single file (and the .exe) is out-of-date every time. It occurs for debug and release builds. The problem source file is very simple, a #include statement and a message loop. I''ve deleted all intermediate files, and the output folders, and re-compiled, but it makes no difference. Can anyone help? Thanks, R /**//**/// - the ultimate comment turns out to be non-symmetric

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what''s your system''s date/time? this has sometimes been the cause in the past.

other times it has been certain project files and the only solution was to build a new project and migrate the source files into the new project directory.

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Yeah, check the time/date stamp on all your files, compared to the time/date on your computer. Edit and save any files that are newer.


How appropriate. You fight like a cow.

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Yup, that worked. Edited and saved specifically.

I hadn''t heard of that one, thought that happened automatically.

R

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