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[.net] Another weird one (C#)

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You can reference the compiled dll from a project by adding a reference and going to browse on the .Net tab and including it like that. But I'm not sure if that's what you meant.

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Do you mean that you do not want the dll to be copied to your build directory? -> Just click the reference and set the property Copy Local to false in the propertybox.

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Quote:
Original post by Mykre
Having the 2.0 framework should not be the problem as the VS2003 enviroment compiles code using the 1.1 framework and not the 2.0


Good point, I forgot out SxS installations.

Matt

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Well, I /do/ want it to be copied, but also to have it recompiled. I am suspecting a missing rebuild as the source of this problem - altough the debugger didn't complain while stepping trough the most recent code...

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