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Quick (stupid newb type) question... In C# express is it possible to switch from Debug to Release Compilations? if so, how? I was forced to dump VS2K3 as my main IDE because of a bug involving interfaces and properties. Now I am using VS2K5 and the bug is no longer present. But my application needs to be tested in release mode and i'd really like to, if that is possible. Thanks for your time and consideration, FenixRoA

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Nevermind... I figured out that if you put "/release" in the "Conditional Compilation Symbol" of the project properties it compiles a release version.

I dunno if there is a simpler way but if there is please leave a post.

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OnTheHeap:

My release folder stays empty. Again I am using C# Express 2005 *BETA* (NOT CTP)

EDIT:

Nevermind... OnTheHeap was right. But then I have to go to the folder each time I want to run my program in Release mode. How come Microsoft, always makes a pace forward but goes back a full leap?

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But then I have to go to the folder each time I want to run my program in Release mode. How come Microsoft, always makes a pace forward but goes back a full leap?


Yea, it's a pain. I usually make a shortcut on my desktop to the release executable. Though I do feel that shouldn't be necessary. Perhaps with the release version they'll fix that.

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