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Share a pch among several projects in VC++ 2008

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I want to share my precompiled header among several projects. I could describe what I do, but it's EXACTLY the same as what is described here in "steps to reproduce" : Visual C++ Build: C2859 on Rebuild on solution with shared precompiled headers So, as you can see, it's a reported bug/missing feature of Visual C++ 2005, that has been "postponed", but I get the exact same error in Visual C++ 2008, so I think it has not been fixed yet. The behavior is 100% identical: If I do "Clean solution" followed by "Build solution", it works, but if I do "Rebuild solution", I get a C2859 error message about the idb file (I managed to remove the .pdb error message by choosing 'C7 Compatible (/Z7)' for the Debug Information Format). Minimal Rebuild and Managed Incremental Build are disabled, so I don't know why this .idb file is needed. I'm now wondering if it's possible to share precompiled header files among several projects, do you have any idea how to achieve this ? I want to be able to debug, of course. Thanks in advance

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Is there a reason why you want to do this? Building precompiled headers usually don't take that long, and they're usually small enough that space is not a concern.

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