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My ASP.NET project is set to Release mode in VS.NET. Whenever I compile the
project, the .pdb file still exists in my bin directory. I could be dead
wrong, but my gut tells me that the .pdb file indicates I'm not compiling to
the most efficient .dll.

Thanks in advance for clarifying this.
Mark
Nov 18 '05 #1
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The .pdb file might be left over from a debug build. Are the timestamps the
same?

"Mark" <fi******@idonotlikejunkmail.umn.edu> wrote in message
news:O4*************@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
My ASP.NET project is set to Release mode in VS.NET. Whenever I compile
the
project, the .pdb file still exists in my bin directory. I could be dead
wrong, but my gut tells me that the .pdb file indicates I'm not compiling
to
the most efficient .dll.

Thanks in advance for clarifying this.
Mark


Nov 18 '05 #2

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very good point. They are not the same date. Thanks!

"Ken Cox [Microsoft MVP]" <BA************@sympatico.ca> wrote in message
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The .pdb file might be left over from a debug build. Are the timestamps the same?

"Mark" <fi******@idonotlikejunkmail.umn.edu> wrote in message
news:O4*************@TK2MSFTNGP11.phx.gbl...
My ASP.NET project is set to Release mode in VS.NET. Whenever I compile
the
project, the .pdb file still exists in my bin directory. I could be dead wrong, but my gut tells me that the .pdb file indicates I'm not compiling to
the most efficient .dll.

Thanks in advance for clarifying this.
Mark

Nov 18 '05 #3

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