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VS 2010 Quick question - How to automatically pre-build before run

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I'm writing C++ code using Visual Studio 2010 beta 2. When I click "Start Debugging" button on the tool-bar, or simply press F5, Visual Studio runs the last built version of my code. However, I want it to build my code every time I attempt to run it. How can make Visual Studio always pre-build my code?

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Why would you want to rebuild your project everytime you start your application from within Visual Studio, even when nothing has changed?


I don't want to build my project when it is up-to-date, but the problem is that it doesn't automatically build when there is a change in the code.

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Why would you want to rebuild your project everytime you start your application from within Visual Studio, even when nothing has changed?


I don't want to build my project when it is up-to-date, but the problem is that it doesn't automatically build when there is a change in the code.


Sorry Battousai. I thought I read that in your post, guess it's too late I think I should go sleep now :)

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Why would you want to rebuild your project everytime you start your application from within Visual Studio, even when nothing has changed?


I don't want to build my project when it is up-to-date, but the problem is that it doesn't automatically build when there is a change in the code.


Sorry Battousai. I thought I read that in your post, guess it's too late I think I should go sleep now :)


Well... I should go to sleep too...

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