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Exclude directory in Relase mode

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Hi all,

In my web project, I have directory with testing pages that I use for
debugging. I would like to exclude it from the final product.
Is there a way to tell VS.NET not to compile class files that directory in
Release mode?
Thanks.

-Oleg.
Nov 18 '05 #1
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Oleg,

You should take all your test pages into a separate project. Then in the
configuration manager you can exclude this project from the release build.

Eliyahu

"Oleg Ogurok" <ol**@ogurok.com.ihatespammers.ireallydo.co> wrote in message
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Hi all,

In my web project, I have directory with testing pages that I use for
debugging. I would like to exclude it from the final product.
Is there a way to tell VS.NET not to compile class files that directory in
Release mode?
Thanks.

-Oleg.

Nov 18 '05 #2

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