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Old August 22nd, 2003, 01:42 PM
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Hi, in most previous version of VB (ie-4,5,6) we were able to dynamically make changes to the code and test on the fly.

I have noticed VB.NET/Visual Studio forces a Re-start of the application anytime I make any change to the code. This usually means I have to re-login, navigate to the same form:( and re-enter all the information to get back to the point of testing the change.

Is there a way around this?

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Old August 22nd, 2003, 02:21 PM
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That's the price you pay for managed and compiled code. You have to restart because you have to recompile.
 
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Does this mean that there is NO way to disable the "compilation" and enable dynamic editing of the code? This is like going back to the stone ages!!!

 
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There is *one* way to enable this feature: wait for the next version of Visual Studio .NET. ;)

Edit and Continue, as the feature is called, is scheduled for the next release of Visual Studio.NET (with the betaname of whidbey). It's expected to be released in 2004.

For more info: http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/pr...p.aspx#whidbey


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Imar, Thanks, I really appreciate your reply. Is there a way to rate you on this site?
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Hi Jacob,

No, not that I know..... But you can always send money if you want ;)


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