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For some reason I do a compile (incremental) then as soon as I press F5 it tells me that there a few more files that need compiling... Chris Brodie http:\\fourth.flipcode.com

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I got that a bit with the VS7 beta -- turning off precompiled headers fixed it. I''m not sure which compiler you''re using, but you might try doing that if it uses those.

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I get stuff similar to this all the time... MSVC++ thinking it needs to compile the .exe twice before proceeding. Just a bug, I suppose.

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close your workspace and delete your intermediate files (including the precomiled headers), then come back in and perform a rebuild all ...

this is a sync error ... and it will not fix itself ...

if you want to avoid it in the future ... turn off precomiled headers as well.

once i had an error that had to be fixed by delete my workspace file (NOT the project) .. and then letting it remake it when i opened the project.

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I have precompiled headers turned off. I work in two locations so often(twice a day) clear out temp files to reduce the size of the zip file to be transmitted...

Humm....

Chris Brodie
http:\\fourth.flipcode.com

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